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Affidavit: Officer told undocumented immigrant he would arrest her if she wouldn't have sex with him

(Source: Falls County Jail) (Source: Falls County Jail)
MARLIN, TX (KXXV) -

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A Marlin Police Department police captain has been arrested and charged with sexual assault.

According to the Falls County Sheriff's Office, Hector Gonzalez, 51, was arrested by the Texas Rangers Wednesday. 

Gonzalez was charged with sexual assault, a second-degree felony. 

The mayor of Marlin, John Keefer, said that Gonzalez verbally resigned Wednesday night at 7:55 p.m.

The arrest affidavit said that Gonzalez approached the victim several times and told her he knew she was an undocumented immigrant. Gonzalez told the victim that he would not arrest her if she would have sex with him.

She said that in one encounter, Gonzalez reached out and grabbed her breast, and then left. The arrest affidavit said that Gonzalez told her he would keep her safe, and if she got in trouble with law enforcement, she could call him, and he would help in exchange for sex.

The affidavit said that she never had intercourse with Gonzalez, but he did perform oral sex on her. She said the oral sex happened after he helped her get a crash report after her husband had been a victim of a car accident in Riesel.

The victim said that after he had printed out the crash report, he told her he wouldn't give it to her unless she had sex with him. She said she would not have sex with him, but agreed to allow him to perform oral sex. He asked her to rub his penis, but she refused. He then made her watch him masturbate.

The arrest affidavit said that the victim continued to be friends with Gonzalez because she was afraid of being arrested for being in the country illegally. She tried to avoid him, and when he came into her place of work, she would try to stay in the back of the store. 

Gonzalez's bond was $50,000 and he bonded out Wednesday evening. 

The Texas Rangers are investigating. 

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