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San Diego police officer fired amid charges that he demanded sex from women

Photo: Anthony Arevalos in court. Credit: KSWB-TV Channel 5 A veteran San Diego police officer, charged with demanding sexual favors from women after traffic stops, has been fired, police officials announced Friday.

Anthony Arevalos, 40, an 18-year veteran, faces felony charges involving at least five women who say he demanded sex after stopping them for alleged traffic offenses. He has pleaded not guilty and is free on bail.

 

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Photo: Anthony Arevalos in court. Credit: KSWB-TV Channel 5

 
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you are a sick man

these stories keep coming and this is who is protecting us. yea right. i will protect myself thank you very much.
law enforcement is just as criminal as the criminals.
the end of the world is near................................................................................

Wootie woot, our money at work!

The real question is whether this scumbag will still collect a pension on the taxpayer's dime?


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