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Tulare County California Policeman Oscar Robles Charged For Rape Of 2 Women

Were you or a loved one sexually assaulted by Oscar Robles, a police officer with the Woodlake Police Department in Tulare County, California? You are not alone.

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Our experienced California sex abuse lawyer can help. Robles has been arrested and charged in connection to two sexual assaults committed over the past year. Police say Robles raped two women while in uniform, but experts believe that other assault survivors are still out there.

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You deserve justice. We understand the powerful and painful emotions that sexual assault can bring up. Anger, grief, fear, sadness, shame – these are all normal reactions to a terrible trauma. Oscar Robles is accused of raping two women. He must be held accountable to his victims. We believe that some sexual assault survivors have the right to pursue justice, accountability and financial compensation by filing a private civil lawsuit.

Also see: Oakland, California Police To Stop Asking Recruits Whether They’ve Been Sexually Assaulted

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Woodlake Police Officer Arrested For Raping Two Women

A police officer for the Woodlake Police Department is facing charges of sexual assault and coercion in connection to the assaults of at least two women while he was in uniform. Oscar Robles, 26, has been charged on 12 counts of sex crimes, according to the Visalia Times Delta. Authorities say the California officer assaulted two women between January and August of 2018. If convicted on all 12 charges, Robles faces a sentence of life in prison.

Robles Faces Twelve Counts Of Sexual Assault

Robles faces a lengthy list of charges, including two counts of sexual assault by a public officer, two counts of sexual penetration by foreign object by means of threatening to use the authority of a public office, kidnap for oral sex, assault with intent to commit oral sex during the commission of a first-degree burglary, sexual battery by restraint, false imprisonment, attempted oral copulation under the color of authority, dissuading a witness, oral copulation under color of authority, and rape by threat of arrest.

Police say nine of Robles’ twelve counts stem from an incident on January 9. The remaining three counts relate to a sexual assault allegedly committed between April and August.

Women Step Forward

Authorities claim that Robles raped two women and forced them to perform fellatio on him. The officer was caught after a deputy with the department noticed two people walking toward the city of Woodlake and offered them a ride. Along the way, one of the women spoke up, asking how she could make a complaint about officer conduct. Alleging “illegal and wrongful searches,” along with sexual misconduct, the woman reportedly identified Robles by name. Further investigation discovered a second victim with similar allegations.

Detectives believe that other victims may have yet to step forward.

Officer Remains In Custody

Robles has been placed on paid administrative leave, according to Woodlake Police Chief Mike Marquez. He remains in custody on a $460,000 bail. Robles has worked for the police department since 2014. At least 20 pending cases at the department involve him.

Tulare County District Attorney Tim Ward is now busy reviewing these and past cases, including cases that resulted in a conviction, to “ensure their integrity.”

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