Bronx Cop Videotaped Threesome with Teen Girl and Older Sister

Detectives also found a PowerPoint presentation of women on Raul Olmeda's computer. 

A police officer from the Bronx cop is accused of having sex with a 15-year-old girl and her adult sister, an encounter he allegedly videotaped. Evidence against Officer Raul Olmeda, 40, was presented in his departmental trial on Wednesday, the New York Daily News reports. The trial is to determine if his alleged sex crimes will kick him off the police force.

The threesome clip wasn’t the only time Olmeda allegedly recorded sexual acts with the 15-year-old. Police believe he videotaped their encounters several times, according to The New York Times. He is also accused of paying the girl for sex, who is thought to be a victim of sex trafficking.

“The defendant preyed on the vulnerable young woman and videotaped his demeaning and dehumanizing acts,” Darcel D. Clark, the Bronx district attorney, said in a previous statement. “It is especially disturbing that these crimes are alleged against a member of the N.Y.P.D.”

On Olmeda’s computer, detectives discovered multiple sexually explicit images and videos. Police also found a PowerPoint presentation of women Olmeda claimed to have had sex with. The presentation is called “The List,” according to the New York Daily News. Olmeda's lawyer, Stuart London, has attempted to minimize the findings on the cop's computer.

“This isn’t numerous underage women," he said according to DNA Info. "This seems to be one underage woman and we don’t know her credibility at all."

Olmeda is reportedly engaged to a woman who has has brain cancer.

In criminal court, the cop faces charges of sex with a minor and possession of a sexual performance of a child. It’s unusual for the departmental trial to begin before the criminal, but Olmeda's case in as exception. The NYPD Department Advocate’s Office, which prosecutes police misconduct within their own department, appears to want Olmeda fired from the force. After Olmeda was caught, he allegedly attempted to get access to internal files on him so he could get updates on the case against him.

“(Officer Olmeda) has engaged in behavior that is not acceptable in any manner and he should not continue in his role as a police officer,” the Department Advocate’s Office said in a statement.

It’s unclear if Olmeda has a lawyer at this time who can speak on his behalf. He has been bailed out of jail and is expected to be in court to faces his felony charges in May.

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