PBSO ASKS: Did You Have Sex With This HIV Positive Cop?

Ervans Saintclair, courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

GREENACRES, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is warning women throughout the region that Greenacres Police Officer Ervans Saintclair is HIV positive and has engaged in unprotected sex without telling his partners of his HIV status.

Saintclair, 38, was booked into the Palm Beach County on two felony counts of “crimes against person — HIV infected person has sex without informing party.”

You can read the entire affidavit of probable cause — provided by the Sheriff's office — by clicking here. All victim names have been redacted.

For reasons that are journalistically unclear, neither the Palm Beach Post nor the Sun Sentinel have published Saintclair's mugshot. While we believe in medical record confidentiality, we also believe that confidentially ends who you are charged with a felony based on your HIV status.

Saintclair's arrest, HIV status and mugshot are all public documents.

If you believe you engaged in sexual activity with Ervans, please contact Detective Mike Sclafani at 561/688-4133 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.

 

 

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