Nationwide SHOCK After Police Chief Found Running Underground Child Sex Ring — [DETAILS]

Michael William Diebold, the police chief of Leechburg, Pennsylvania, posted this sex ad online: “Dominate [sic] male police officer seeks fun, discreet, sub playmate—m4w.” His handle was “Kutecop4you.”

The ad continued:

I am a dom male that is also employed as a full time police officer. I hope that does not scare you off. I am looking for a female sub for ongoing play sessions. I do not have a set type of woman so any age, race or status may email me. I respect any and all limits and you do not need to be experienced.

He got a response from someone who said she was a 14-year-old girl. That didn’t dissuade him in the least: “Everyone has to have a first time,” he said. “You will just have to get me naked tomorrow.”

But it wasn’t a 14-year-old eighth grader after all. It was a special agent for the state attorney general’s Bureau of Criminal Investigations, and when he went to meet her on Friday, he was met by fellow law enforcement officers, who immediately arrested him.

Before his arrest, the police chief was somewhat of a local celebrity. After losing his arm in a fireworks accident last year, Diebold married his fiancee in a ceremony featured on TV.

But in contrast to most sex offenders—notably disgraced judge and failed political candidate Roy Moore—Danielle Reinke Diebold, Diebold’s wife is decidedly NOT “standing by her man.” She told CNN, “They say God will never give you more than you can handle, but he did this time. I have never hurt so bad in all my life.”

Her life and children’s lives had been completely shattered, she said in a statement:

I am broken, devastated, humiliated, and I was completely blindsided. He was the first man ever in my life who never made me question, never gave me a gut feeling, never a bad instinct or sign and we were even in the process of planning to extend our family.

This is not who we knew. We knew a loving, caring father and husband and we are grieving the loss of that man. I will never find the right words to say but I want to say I am truly so sorry to everyone out there including any minor that may have been involved, our community, family and friends.

Diebold is being held on $500,000 bond. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for January 16. Puzzlingly, Diebold remains employed by the borough, and is on paid leave. Mayor Wayne Dobos has said he expects to talk with the borough’s lawyer on Monday to discuss how to proceed with Diebold’s employment as chief.

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