Former Booneville policeman arrested on a number of civil rights prices | Crime & Legislation Enforcement

JACKSON – Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents arrested former Booneville police officer Dustin Rambo on Friday for five colors of law violations.

Rambo is charged with one crime of deprivation of rights based on the color of the law – privacy / assault and four violations of deprivation of rights based on the color of the law – improper search and seizure / takeover of property without due process.

According to the criminal complaint, which was unsealed on Friday, Rambo allegedly sexually assaulted a woman who was believed to be in law enforcement custody. She was released without charge following the alleged sexual assault. He is believed to have taken cash, a debit card, prescription narcotics and other personal items in person on four separate occasions.

According to the criminal complaint, the sexual assault took place in a warehouse parking lot in August 2020 while Rambo was on duty with the Booneville police. The thefts allegedly occurred between May 2020 and January 2021.

Rambo first appeared on Friday before US judge Roy Percy in the northern district of Mississippi in Oxford. The case will be brought to a grand jury for indictment at a later date.

The case has been investigated by the Oxford Resident Agency of the FBI Jackson Field Office and the Booneville Police Department.

The FBI is looking for information on further encounters with Rambo. Anyone with information on this case or who thinks they may have been a victim of similar incidents involving Rambo should contact the FBI at 601-948-5000 or

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