by Timothy Charles Holmseth on December 23, 2016, 6:46 P.M. CST
The East Grand Forks police officer terminated several months ago may pose a hidden threat to the public.
Write Into Action has learned startling new information regarding former EGFPD officer Scott Jordheim that may shed light on why he was really terminated in April, 2016.
Jarod Rasmussen, the son of former EGF police officer Vern Rasmussen, said Scott Jordheim is a predator.
“He’s a pervert bad. I know that personally. He told me how he did it. He saw a good looking chick – run their license plate – call them at home later, pull them over whatever. He would use his police radio,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
But the entire story and details are much worse.
According to Jarod Rasmussen, and other sources that have been in contact with Write Into Action regarding systemic corruption at the EGFPD, Jordheim had a Modus Operandi that involved having girls come over to clean his house.
“They didn’t want to go over and clean because it was more than cleaning,” Jarod Rasmussen said.
Jarod Rasmussen, as well as other sources, told Write Into Action that females went to Jordheim’s residence and suddenly passed out after drinking something. The females believed something may have happened to them while they were unconscious.
The City of EGF and local hoax media at Forum News Service spun the story with a sympathetic theme that caused the public to believe Jordheim was a military veteran leaving the department after twenty years due to “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder”.
“[EGF City Administrator David] Murphy did say that the council’s performance review did not stem from anything specific to Jordheim’s job as a police officer. The city could not release many details about the decision, but Jordheim did confirm he has depleted his paid time off to cope with post traumatic stress disorder,” reported the Grand Forks Herald.
Write Into Action continues to receive reports of rape, murder, and witness intimidation by law enforcement and rogue government in the Valley region and will continue to report.