The victim decided to share her story after taking a polygraph to prove allegations made against her by ex-officer Donald Moncrief were false.
Moncrief’s attorney accused her of being a member of the notorious Del Sol gang and was providing him with leads the night she was arrested, according to a claim against the city. He claimed he gave her his private cell phone number to help with further leads.
“[The polygraph] was very threatening to her. It was intimidation in my opinion,” said Gilleon.
The alleged victim described her arrest in early 2013 and driven to Las Colinas Detention Center by 39-year-old Moncrief.
“He’d touch me a little bit, then made more remarks about how I have big breast and he wanted to see them,” the victim told Fox5.
“He pulled over to one spot, but he didn’t like it because there are too many houses,” she said. “He went to another spot and pulled over and put on my handcuffs. Then, he kissed me and he touched me.”
Moncrief has since resigned and the San Diego District Attorney has yet to file any charges against him.
“Here its skin to skin and lips to breast,” Gilleon said. “Its very serious and the DA should be doing something about it.”
The case came to light after the victim, who won’t reveal her identity, said she saw the media coverage of ex-officer Chris Hays. An investigation led by former SDPD Chief William Lansdowne found that Moncrief was actually the arresting officer.
“It just clicked and I remembered that I had the cell phone,” she said. “It was in police property and he had text me. He said, “’I told you it wouldn’t stick. When could we meet up?’”
Allegations against Moncrief prompted department-wide policy change.