Campbell County, TN – Dash Cam footage has been released that shows a Tennessee state trooper running his hands down a woman’s waist and inside the waistband of her shorts as he claimed to check for drugs during a traffic stop. However, he initially pulled her over for failing to wear a seatbelt and had no reason to suspect that she was armed or posing a threat to anyone.

The same officer’s Dash Cam then shows him parking his vehicle across the street from the woman’s house three hours later, and pulling her over again as she returned home—this time he claimed to cite another minor infraction he had not noticed earlier, but the battery on his microphone conveniently “died” during the encounter.

Patricia Aileen Wilson is now filing a lawsuit against State Trooper Isaiah Lloyd, claiming that he conducted a search without legal justification, he groped her during the search, and he then took note of where she lived and stationed himself nearby with the intention of pulling her over for another minor infraction.

When Lloyd pulled Wilson’s small truck over on the side of a busy interstate, he informed her that he had pulled over for failing to wear a seatbelt. While that could have easily been handled by Lloyd issuing a citation, he chose to take it a step further. He asked Wilson if she was taking any prescription medications.

“No drugs, no alcohol, nothing,” Wilson replied.

Even though Wilson was fully complying with Lloyd’s questions—all while her mom was present in the passenger seat of her truck—and Lloyd did not make any mention during or after the stop that he believed she was armed or posed a threat in any way, he ordered her to get out of the vehicle.

Lloyd then told Wilson to put her hands on the hood of his police cruiser and he began to touch her. He placed his hands inside her waistband and then asked her to lift her shirt. He ran his hands over her hips and put his fingers inside her shorts.

The Knoxville News Sentinel noted that while a Supreme Court ruling from 1968 allows police officers to “pat down” a suspect on the outside of their clothing if they have “reasonable suspicion” that the suspect is armed, the person is still “forbidden from an invasive search inside a person’s clothing without either a warrant or probable cause of a crime.”

In this case, Lloyd had no reason to believe Wilson was armed, and even if she was, he should not have inserted his hands under the waistband of her shorts. In her lawsuit, Wilson claimed that Lloyd also groped her buttocks and genital area, which is below the picture captured by the dash camera.

Lloyd asked Wilson if she had any drugs in her bra, and she pulled her bra away from her breasts and shook it back and forth to show that she was not hiding any drugs. He then told Wilson to follow his finger with her eyes, and he spent more than one minute dragging it from back and forth in front of her face.

While Lloyd’s attorney insisted that he only conducted the search because Wilson told him she was on Ambien, the Dash Cam footage of the encounter makes it clear that it was not until after Lloyd had conducted the search that he asked Wilson about the prescription medications she was taking.

Wilson said she occasionally took a prescription sleep medication, but she was not familiar with the name. When Lloyd asked if it was Ambien, she agreed. However, it is not clear why a prescription sleep medication Wilson takes occasionally has any relevance to why she chose not to wear a seatbelt that day, or why Lloyd seemed so intent on linking her to drug use.

 “We have to stop meeting like this.”

Lloyd finally issued Wilson a citation and let her go. But three hours later, his Dash Cam shows that he was sitting on the side of the road, across the street from the residence listed on her driver’s license.

When Wilson passed Lloyd’s cruiser on her way home, he immediately pulled out into traffic and initiated a stop. One significant difference that occurred between the first and second stop was that on the second, Lloyd’s microphone conveniently “died” and there is no audio.

In her lawsuit, Wilson said Lloyd approached her vehicle and said, “We have to stop meeting like this,” before claiming that he pulled her over because the window tint on her truck was too dark—an infraction he also conveniently missed during the first stop.

Lloyd did not issue a citation during the second stop, but his overall treatment of Wilson should have caused serious concern and led to an investigation into his conduct.

Eighth Judicial District Attorney General Jared Effler initiated a review of the incident, and concluded that “Trooper Lloyd’s actions were inconsistent with his training and Tennessee Department of Safety general orders.”

Unsurprisingly, Tennessee Highway Patrol Col. Tracy Trott released a statement last month showing the department’s support for Lloyd’s actions and claiming that he had cause to search Wilson at the time.

“After careful consideration and review, the Tennessee Highway Patrol Command Staff has advised me that Trooper Isaiah Lloyd conducted this traffic stop in a professional manner in an effort to protect the motoring public,” Trott said.

Rachel Blevins is an independent journalist from Texas, who aspires to break the false left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives. Follow Rachel on Facebook, TwitterYouTube, Steemit and Patreon.


  1. JTFC, lady. Don’t talk to the pig. If you don’t want to maintain total silence, say you don’t answer questions and then shut the hell up. Meanwhile, Colonel Trottsky, you can take the safety of your motoring public and shove it up your ass, because the creepy Stasi swine you employ are more dangerous to the entire country than a million seat belt violators.

  2. No news here. This happened in tennessee where the pigs use asset forfeiture to pull you over and steal your money for no reason.

  3. “I’m sorry Trooper, what medical school did you attend and graduate from?”.
    “My medications are between myself and my doctor……besides, discussing them with you would be a HIPPA (?)law violation”. “Now you wouldn’t want me to be a law breaker would you?”.
    Or, more like the real world response……..”Trooper, on the advice of legal counsel, I respectfully decline to answer any questions without an attorney present which is my Right under the 5th Amendment.
    Shut them down, don’t talk, if you talk all you’re doing is helping the cop build his case against you! Make them work for a conviction! Cops, for the most part are lazy, if they have to work for a conviction, more likely than not they’ll drop the issue.

    • Just what out for those police “Drug Recognition Experts” [DRE] officers as you can be stone cold sober and still end up expensively defending yourself against false DUI charges.

      • Very true, very true. These DREs are just another law enforcement joke. It would be very easy to beat one of the DRE jackass in court in my case. I have 32 years of military/federal service requiring regular “Piss tests” and have a copy of my medical records. Also, I was part of 2 accidental poisonings by the military/feds. The VA takes blood from me for testing every month since I retired in 2013. If one of the DREs stopped me, first I’d refuse the field sobriety tests then be taken to their local jail for a blood draw AND piss test. Once bailed out I would go to the nearest hospital/doc in a box and have another blood draw and piss test.
        I don’t do illegal drugs…….hell, the VA gives me some great legal ones for free! They even mail ’em to my house. Actually, I’d feel sorry for one of these dumbasses, (for just a minute), after my attorney got a hold of ’em. She’s like a pit-bull in the court room………..and she’s easy on the eyes too!

        • “I don’t do illegal drugs…….hell, the VA gives me some great legal ones for free!” You do understand that driving on some of those legal drugs can be illegal depending on the State. If you are on Oxycodone, legally prescribed by a doctor for pain and are driving, you may be violating the law.

          • Yeah, I know some drugs, legal to have, but illegal to operate a motor vehicle while under their influence. I don’t have anything like that…….well, yeah, my sleep meds. I take those 20 minutes before getting into bed, so I wouldn’t be out driving.
            Yes, you’re right about the field sobriety tests refusal and license suspension. I’ve discussed this with my attorney. She got a card from the VA to give the cop that explains I have had a TBI and cannot pass the field tests at anytime. Most of the tests are either balance/coordination or watching eye movement. I can’t pass either one of those stone cold sober due to the TBI. The VA card explains all that, and says I volunteer for blood/urine tests. If I’m in a State that suspends the driver’s license, it will only be until the first court hearing when all the medical facts are presented to a Judge.
            All in all, I rarely drink due to all the meds I take and the interaction between the two. But as we both know, that wouldn’t stop some cops, they would arrest for DUI no matter what.

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    • “My medications are between myself and my doctor……besides, discussing them with you would be a HIPPA (?)law violation”. HIPPA doesn’t stop you from discussing you medical records, condition or medication with anyone, it only prevents others from turning over your information. You can discuss your condition with anyone you want.

      • True, I don’t go around discussing details of my medical issues or medication with just anybody. Some cops are always spouting off to photographers about HIPPA laws and accident scenes, just turn it around on them……..see if they really know what the law is.
        You are correct in most of the things I posted, my goal in posting was turn the tables on ass cops. Not helping them build their case against you for whatever they stopped you for. We know the best thing is to not answer their questions without counsel, but some just haven’t learned that lesson.

        • Yep some people don’t know when to shut up. “Anything you say may be used against you.” how hard is that to understand, but some still blabber on.

  4. Defend yourself people. God damn……America is turning into a giant shithole thanks to these pricks. Lying, stealing, violent, murderous pricks. Arm yourself and defend yourself.

  5. “I normally have to take it every other night,” she told Lloyd. “I don’t take any narcotics.”

    Lloyd then said, “It is a narcotic.”

    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration does not classify Ambien as a narcotic.

  6. straight out perv behavior by police is getting raunchy. that was obvious that this cop needs to be removed off the streets as his dick is running his job for him. that is very abnormal even for a 12 yr. old.

  7. Where is the Pink Scare now? The “me-too” movement? Reality check – the whole reason for the Pink Scare is to distract from the worsening police state. To make women think their husbands and bosses are assholes and not the police.

    I’ve personally decided to never set foot in Tennessee, Kansas, OK, etc. I’d be as likely to go there as North Korea.



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