LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A former Irwindale police officer was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison for sexually assaulted a woman he pulled over in a traffic stop.
David Paul Fraijo, 37, pleaded no contest Oct. 3 to one count each of oral copulation under color of authority and sexual battery by restraint.READ MORE: Petition Calls For Banning Real Firearms From Hollywood Sets Following Shooting Death Of Halyna Hutchins
Three other counts, including kidnapping, were dismissed in exchange for his plea. If convicted on all counts, Fraijo could have been sentenced to life in prison.READ MORE: One Crew Member Killed, Second Wounded After Alec Baldwin Discharges Prop Gun On Movie Set In New Mexico
Fraijo stopped a woman on Oct. 20, 2012, near Arrow Highway and Azusa Canyon Road, and asked to see her driver’s license. He later sexually assaulted her in a parking lot, Deputy District Attorney Rosa Alarcon said.
The city of Irwindale paid $400,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by the victim, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.MORE NEWS: A Timeline Of Accidental Deaths On Hollywood Sets In Wake Of Alec Baldwin Prop Gun Shooting
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