She was alone with Leavitt from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m., when she was taken to South Central Regional Jail, according to the complaint. During the three hour period, Leavitt kept implying that O'Scha should have sex with Leavitt or give him oral sex, according to the complaint.
O'Scha said Friday the charges against her were dropped by a magistrate because Leavitt was serving in Iraq and wasn't present for a hearing. "I don't know why they still have my car impounded," she said.
In September, Leavitt was suspended from the Montgomery police force after he and another officer allegedly used racial epithets and repeatedly hit a man over the head with a blackjack, kicking him in the back and spraying his eyes with Mace at close range.
Twan Reynolds and his wife Lauren filed a lawsuit in Kanawha Circuit Court last week against Leavitt, Patrolman Shawn Hutchinson and the city of Montgomery.
Earlier this week, another woman said Leavitt was called to her home to break up a fight between her husband and another man in September 2007.
Lakisha White said Leavitt jumped on her husband's back and Maced him when her husband turned his back on the officer. White said she was Maced too, and Leavitt grabbed her by the back of the neck, injuring her spine.
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