Sex romps at a Tennessee police station led to five police officers losing their jobs and the suspension of three other officers. The allegations of sexual misconduct that arose at the La Vergne police station involved a married policewoman named Maegan Hall.
Hall claimed that she was in an “open marriage” and engaged in sexual activities with her colleagues, on and off duty. According to the New York Post, the officers sent sexually explicit images, and Hall had a threesome with officer Patrick Magliocco and his wife.
She also removed her top at a “Girls Gone Wild” hot tub party. The sexcapade occurred at parties, hotels, and at one of the officer’s house. Hall reportedly had sexual activities with Sgt. Lewis Powell and Detective Seneca Shields at the police station and police gym.
Following an investigation, Hall, Sgt. Lewis Powell, Officer Juan Lugo, Sgt. Ty McGowan and Detective Seneca Shields were all fired. The suspension included Patrick Magliocco, Larry Holladay, and Patrol Officer Gavin Schoeberl.
Jason Cole, the mayor of La Vergne, was informed of the situation at the police department, prompting the investigation. Magliocco mentioned to the investigators that he had grown concerned about Hall’s mental state, binge drinking, and driving.
According to the officer, Hall once pulled the trigger on an empty revolver pointed at her temple “so she could hear what it sounded like” and claimed she had a mental disorder.