A former California police sergeant is facing more than a dozen felony charges after several women alleged that he sexually assaulted them.
Former Stockton Police Sergeant Nicholas Bloed had worked with the Stockton Police Department since 2008.
In May, three women came forward and accused him of sexual assault, and Bloed was placed on administrative leave while the investigation of the claims was conducted.
According to reports, a 51-year-old woman was the first to come forward. She alleged that Bloed pulled her over and accessed her cell phone using her password. She reported that he had sex with her against her will.
In a second report, two women claimed that Bloed sexually assaulted them in a hotel room.
In February, one of the women, who said she was forced to have sex with him for years, was staying at Motel 6, and Bloed wanted to come to her room. She reported that she felt uneasy about him being there, and she had a friend with her so that she would not have to be alone with him.
When he allegedly showed up, Bloed was reportedly in uniform and believed to be on duty. He allegedly took photographs of her before sexually assaulting one of the women.
In October, another woman reported that Bloed forced her to have sex with him.
Bloed was released from duty with the police department on October 13.
On the afternoon of November 9, he was taken into custody. He was booked into the San Joaquin County Jail, and is facing preliminary charges for suspicion of five felony counts of assault by a public officer; two felony counts of sodomy by force, violence or fear; two felony counts of oral copulation by force or fear; and one felony count of rape, in addition to one misdemeanor count of prostitution, and two misdemeanor counts of unauthorized use of a computer. He is being held on a $4.16 M bond
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