San Antonio Police Officer Charged With Sexual Assault

AP, Oct. 30

SAN ANTONIO—A San Antonio police officer has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman, the second officer charged this year with rape.

Ruben Saenz, 28, was charged Sunday in connection with a traffic stop Saturday morning. A woman said he stopped her for a traffic violation, followed her home and assaulted her, said Sgt. Gabe Trevino.

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“Based on information we got at the scene. . . we have reason to believe the offense did occur,” he said in Sunday’s online edition of the San Antonio Express-News.

San Antonio police Officer Dean Gutierrez was charged in July with sexually assaulting a transsexual. He was indicted by a federal grand jury in October.

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