Three Orange County Deputies Resign After Having Sex at Walt Disney World While On Duty

Three Orange County deputies resigned according to reports last month after a sex scandal that revealed at least two of them had engaged in sex at Walt Disney World while on duty.

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A Crimeline tip last spring led to the six-month investigation. The 51-page report from the sheriff’s office reveals deputies Skyelar Miller and Angel Mendoza began a sexual relationship in early 2021. Miller and her supervisor, Cpl. Robert Garner, began a sexual relationship later that year. All three have now resigned.

Miller believes that it was Mendoza who made the anonymous complaints after the two of them had a falling out.

Investigators confirmed by checking DriveCAMs and body cameras that Miller and Garner had enjoyed each other’s company several times while on duty. The cameras had been turned off at the same times in the same locations.

“After a comprehensive review of available records, witness testimony, and other acquired evidence,” investigators wrote, “the investigation revealed the following: Based on their sworn testimony, Corporal Garner and Deputy Miller met on numerous occasions throughout 2021 and 2022 and engaged in consensual, sexual intercourse while they were on duty, in their capacities as sworn members of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. The locations varied and included Deputy Miller’s residence, a church parking lot, and Disney Springs. Evidence gathered during this investigation substantiated elements of their testimony. Specifically, DriveCAM records, which supported timelines and locations. In addition, Axon records confirmed they deactivated their body-worn cameras at times and locations when their patrol vehicles were in the same geographical areas.”

The church parking lot was in Windermere. At Disney Springs, they also did the deed in a parking lot.

Miller also confirmed that she and Mendoza had sex while on duty.

All three deputies resigned during the investigation, which would have resulted in termination. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement could revoke their state law enforcement certifications.

“At the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, we hold our deputies to the highest ethical standards. Engaging in this behavior on duty – when they should have been responding to calls and protecting our community – is unacceptable,” Sheriff John Mina said in a statement. “These former deputies are not worthy of the uniform worn by those that serve with integrity and honor.”

Source: WESH 2, WFTV 2

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