FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — A Framingham State University police officer has pleaded not guilty to inappropriate behavior involving a student employee of the department.
The MetroWest Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/2bVCrWd) that Wilter Dormevil remains free on $500 cash bail after his arraignment Tuesday on charges of open and gross lewdness, wanton and lascivious conduct and witness intimidation.
He was ordered to stay away from campus and have no contact with the student.
Dormevil and his lawyer declined to comment on the way out of court.
A university spokesman says campus police were alerted to the officer’s conduct around 12:30 p.m. Saturday. He didn’t specify the conduct. The university placed Dormevil on administrative leave pending the outcome of the case.
The university said in a statement that there is “no ongoing threat to the university.”