A San Diego police officer is in hot water after evidenced surfaced linking him to one of his alleged victims. Anthony Arevalos, 41, an 18-year veteran of the San Diego Police Department, was fired earlier this year after the department learned that Arevalos was urging females to perform sexual favors in order to avoid traffic citations. Arevalos was charged with 21 felony counts, including assault under the color of authority and sexual battery. On Thursday, a criminalist testified that a pair of panties that were found in Arevalos’ work locker contained DNA that matched one of the officer’s accusers.
If convicted, Arevalos faces 20 years in prison. We suspect that the ex-cop and hundreds of convicts will probably have lot of catching up to do.
Source: Ex-Cop Goes On Trial (WIOD News Radio)