A former Aynor police officer has been charged with Misconduct in Office for a second time, according to a State Law Enforcement Division arrest warrant.
Bradley Rex Jordan, 25, of Aynor, was first charged with Misconduct in Office in connection with a May 2013 incident where a woman said Jordan offered to dismiss a traffic citation if she would pull up her shirt for him.
After that incident, Aynor police turned the investigation over to SLED and SLED's investigation revealed that a similar incident also took place in June 2012, according to Thom Berry, spokesperson for SLED.
According to a SLED arrest warrant, Jordan offered to dismiss a traffic citation if the woman would pull up her shirt for him on June, 27, 2012.
Berry said Jordan surrendered to police custody Friday on the charge stemming from the 2012 incident.
Jordan was terminated from the Aynor Police Department on May 8, 2013.
If convicted, Jordan faces up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.
Jordan was released from jail Friday after posting a $5,000 bond.