- Associated Press - Friday, September 25, 2015

SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Three San Antonio police officers are accused of having several women sign contracts agreeing to do anything as part of an investigation, including have sex with them.

Officers Aaron Alford, Alejandro Chapa and Emmanuel Galindo were charged Thursday with official oppression. Chapa and Galindo were also charged with aggravated sexual assault and compelling prostitution.

Police say an investigation began when a woman told Live Oak police in June that she had been sexually assaulted by an officer.

Live Oak Police Chief Ken Evans said four women filed complaints saying they were approached by the officers and told they would be paid for their participation. According to police, the women say they never received payment.

It was not immediately clear if the officers have attorneys.



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