DMV Instructor Busted For Illicit Sex Proposal

Cops: Worker offered passing grade on road test

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Road Test Proposition

AUGUST 4--After giving a woman a failing grade on her road test, a Maryland state driving instructor allegedly offered to alter her score in exchange for a sexual encounter, investigators allege.

According to cops, Daniel Perry, 21, last month accompanied the victim as she drove a course near the Motor Vehicle Administration’s Gaithersburg office. At the completion of the July 9 road test, Perry reportedly told the woman that she did not pass due to her rolling through a stop sign.

It was at that point that Perry allegedly offered the woman a passing grade in return for her performing oral sex on him. As detailed in a District Court complaint, when Perry made the illicit offer, he pointed at his crotch and said that the sex act could be performed nearby.

The woman, however, bolted from the car and reported Perry to his supervisors. When subsequently questioned by police, Perry confessed to soliciting sex from the victim, but claimed that he had quickly withdrawn the offer, investigators noted. He copped to telling the woman that she should “give or do something.”

In light of the police probe, Perry was fired by the state motor vehicle agency, which cited a “zero tolerance policy” when it came to allegations of improper behavior by its employees.

Perry, pictured above, was named in a July 24 complaint accusing him of malfeasance in office. He is scheduled for an August 25 appearance in Montgomery County District Court. (1 page)