- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 5, 2016

BEAVERTON, Ore. (AP) - A man who worked for a DUII diversion program has been arrested for allegedly threatening to fail a woman on a required assessment if she didn’t have sex with him.

KATU-TV reports (https://bit.ly/1qr1TY1 ) that 35-year-old Luis Rivas was arrested Friday on charges of sex abuse and coercion. He has since posted bail.

The alleged victim had told police the incident occurred in Beaverton on Friday while she was doing her drug and alcohol evaluation.

Rivas was a program manager for Serenity Lane in Portland and Vancouver. The company says he has been terminated.

Serenity Lane CEO Mike Dyer says an internal investigation determined that Rivas hadn’t been performing official duties at the time of the alleged incident and that the Beaverton location had been closed to patient services that day.


Information from: KATU-TV, https://www.katu.com/

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