Framingham State officer accused of inappropriate conduct

FRAMINGHAM, MA (WHDH) - A Framingham State University police officer is facing several charges after police said he committed “inappropriate conduct” near a student on campus.

Police said Wilter Dormevil, 28, was on campus when the incident happened Saturday. He was charged with open and gross lewdness, wanton and lascivious conduct and witness intimidation.

“You just don’t really expect something like that, especially here,” said student Anne Malloy.

Dormevil has been an officer at Framingham State since May. The university said he has been placed on administrative leave and is not allowed on the campus as the investigation continues. He is due in court on Monday.

The school released the following statement:

“The officer was immediately relieved of his duties…Framingham State University regard the safety of our students, faculty and staff as paramount in our duty to the University community and we will continue to hold our officers’ conduct to the highest standards. The situation was isolated and there is no ongoing threat to the University.”

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