Cop's sleazy texts to girl before threesome with another police officer



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Angelo Dellosa has admitted to filming himself having a threesome with a schoolgirl. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Steven Saphore.Source:News Corp Australia

As police officers James Delinicolis and Angelo Dellosa patrolled the train lines of southwestern Sydney, they had an ulterior motive – scouring for women.

It led them to room 226 of the Ramada Hotel in western Sydney, where they filmed themselves having a threesome with a schoolgirl, and ultimately before Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court.

This week, the pair pleaded guilty to one count of misconduct in public office and had a series of more serious charges dropped.

The lewd details of the sordid affair are laid bare in court documents as the duo wait to learn their fate in the coming months.

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James Delinicolis has pleaded guilty to misconduct in public office. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Joel Carrett.Source:News Corp Australia

Delinicolis, 30, and Dellosa, 31, were long-time friends and attached to the NSW Police Transport Command at Bankstown.

According a statement of agreed facts tendered to the court, while on duty, they attempted to pick up women for sex, handing out their numbers.

They used fake names like “Jamie”, “Dimitri” and “Allan” and had a phone, which they referred to as the “bat phone”, which was used to communicate with women.

In his police notebook, Delinicolis kept a pile of post-it notes with his number and the name “Dimitri” on it.

According to the documents, when he met the girl outside a train station in March 2020, he was in full police uniform in a van alongside three other officers.

He smiled out the front passenger-side window in the direction of the girl, who was still four months away from turning 18.

“Look at this girl,” Delinicolis said to his fellow officers as he watched her in her full school uniform.

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Angelo Dellosa has admitted to filming himself having a threesome with a schoolgirl inside a southwestern Sydney hotel. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Steven SaphoreSource:News Corp Australia

Delinicolis leaned out the window and initiated a conversation with the girl.

“What is your name,” he said, firing off a series of questions including asking where she lived.

“Are you single?” he followed up before asking how old she was.

The girl told Delinicolis that she was 18, despite still being 17.

At that point, he handed her one of his post-it notes with his fake name and the “bat phone” number on it.

“She’s old enough,” he quipped to his fellow officers afterwards.

One of his colleagues reminded him about another officer who was transferred to another unit due to inappropriate behaviour towards a 16-year-old girl

The girl was the first to initiate conversation, texting Delinicolis “hey”.

From there, they exchanged sexually-charged messages.

“If ur naighty (sic) ill have to use this,” he said in a message with a picture of handcuffs attached.

He sent her pictures of himself with his shirt off, and she responded with photos of herself fully clothed but in sexually suggestive poses.

He texted that he was “so hard” and asked her to meet up.

He told another officer that he was going to try to organise to have sex with her before his shift the next day.

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James Delinicolis initiated a sexual relationship with the girl after he met her while on duty. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Joel Carrett.Source:News Corp Australia

In the lead up to their rendezvous with the girl inside a Cabramatta Hotel, they were warned about the perils of pursuing a schoolgirl for sex.

The next day Delinicolis messaged the girl asking her to skip school to meet him for sex.

It was clear at that point he was aware of the risks he was taking, warning her “don’t tell ur friends” and asking “if u don’t turn up to school will they tell ur parents”.

He also sent her a lewd message asking for nude photos.

“Did u shower yet I wanna see that big juicy p****,” he said.

Later that evening, Delinicolis and Dellosa were at Bankstown Police Station having a conversation about the schoolgirl.

“Are you guys seriously talking about a schoolgirl? Haven’t you just seen what happened to the Bulldogs players,” said a senior constable, referring to two NRL players who were stood down after bringing two schoolgirls back to their team hotel while on a pre-season camp.

“We are not doing anything wrong,” Delinicolis argued.

“Really, you guys aren’t that stupid,” the other officer warned them.

Delinicolis called the girl during which he told her that “my friend wanted to talk to you” and introduced Dellosa.

The following day, Delinicolis called the girl, asking her to skip school and meet him for sex, to which she agreed.

He collected her in his car and on the ride there told the 17-year-old: “after we have sex I’m going to go to work” and “I’m going to f*** you so hard”

“OK,” she responded.

He had his uniform in the car, which he needed for his 1pm shift.

Along the way, he introduced the idea of a threesome.

“My friend and I are gonna punish you,” he told her.

“I’m not going to have sex with two people,” she said, however she said that “maybe one at a time would be OK.”

They checked into the Ramada Hotel around 10am.

Inside room 226, Delinicolis poured himself a vodka and offered the girl one, which she declined.

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Angelo Dellosa has been stood down from duty with the NSW Police. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Steven Saphore.Source:News Corp Australia

After they had sex, she asked “Have you done this to other girls?”

“Yeah, with teenage girls still in school,” he replied.

“How do you even get the girls?” she queried him.

“I just go up and talk to them,” he explained.

Soon after this Dellosa arrived at the hotel and called Delinicolis.

“I already f***ed her,” Delinicolis informed his friend and Dellosa replied that it was his “turn”.

In the room, Dellosa had sex with the girl while Delinicolis watched.

After he had finished, Delinicolis began having sex with her again, before Dellosa rejoined them and they took part in a consensual threesome.

Delinicolis took out his phone and the two officers passed the phone between each other, filming themselves as they had sex with the girl.

Following their arrest in August last year, the pair were charged with attempted aggravated sexual assault and recording an intimate image without consent. However, those charges were dropped on Thursday.

When the police professional standards command later launched an investigation, they found several videos and photos on Delinicolis’ mobile phone.

During one of the videos, rap music can be heard in the background as Delinicolis exclaims “double impact”.

“Double trouble,” Dellosa replies as they both have sex with the girl.

Afterwards, as the officers put on their uniforms, they told the girl: “Don’t tell anyone because we are police and we might lose our job”.

Delinicolis continued messaging the girl – he phoned her asking if she wanted to meet up with “another friend” who had just divorced his wife, but she said she wasn’t interested.

She eventually went to extensive efforts to stop him from contacting her, blocking his number and deleting a messaging app which he used to contact her.

The incident was uncovered after police received an anonymous complaint on June 26, launching a probe into the officers’ actions.

The pair have been stood down from duty and will next appear in court on August 27 ahead of their sentencing at a later date.

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