San Diego County will pay more than $400,000 to settle two lawsuits filed by women who say that a San Diego County Sheriff’s deputy sexually assaulted them, but 13 other women have rejected settlement offers, it was reported Wednesday.
Five women have now accused a San Diego County Sheriff’s deputy of sexual misconduct while on patrol.
Accusers continued to describe the alleged predatory behavior of a San Diego County Sheriff’s deputy in the second day of his preliminary hearing Thursday, including a woman who said he assaulted her while she was homeless in 2016.
Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Fischer spoke out Thursday for the first time, denying that he grope or sexually assaulted more than a dozen women.
A 51-year-old woman testified Monday that a sheriff’s deputy who responded to a 911 call at a living facility she ran in Vista for people with mental health and drug issues returned to her apartment unannounced on a later occasion and forced her to perform a sex act on him.
Testimony will continue Tuesday in a preliminary hearing for a San Diego County sheriff’s deputy charged with groping and sexually assaulting 16 women while on patrol.
A trial date of Feb. 25 is set for Richard Fischer, the Sheriff’s deputy accused of sexually assaulting at least 16 women while on the job.
A San Diego County sheriff’s deputy already facing charges that he groped 13 women he encountered while on duty over a two-year period was arrested again Thursday on five new charges, including forcible oral copulation.
A San Diego County sheriff’s deputy already facing claims that he groped 13 women while on duty appeared in court again Friday, wearing a green jumpsuit and facing new charges from three new victims.