The officer told her he would not charge her with the traffic violations if she agreed to his sexual requests, Forbes said. The passenger in the woman's car is left on the side of the road, and the officer drove off with the woman in his car, he said.
"He takes her up to the end of a dark, lonely road someplace," Forbes said previously. "At which point she's afraid not to comply."
After they finished the sexual encounter, the police officer released her, Forbes said.
"Some weeks ago I was contacted by the U.S. Attorney about a plea and informed them that whatever they did was fine and we appreciate their efforts," Forbes said Tuesday.
Conley had been on administrative leave from the department. On Tuesday, Dunbar Mayor Jack Yeager said he had resigned from the department.
Forbes said the woman whom Conley allegedly sexually assaulted is having emotional problems because of the incident.
"She's not very trusting of police officers now," he said. "She's doing OK, just OK, but she'll recover."
Staff writer Rusty Marks contributed to this report. Reach Gary Harki at gha...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5163.