ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A now-former tribal police officer for a pueblo close to Albuquerque faces felony prices accusing him of raping a lady he had arrested on suspicion of driving whereas intoxicated.
Leon Martin,, 22 on Thursday remained jailed after being booked Tuesday on prices of felony sexual penetration, false imprisonment, demanding a bribe and violation of moral ideas of public service.
Isleta Pueblo Gov. Vernon Abeita stated in a press release that Martin now not was an officer for the pueblo’s police division and that the division was cooperating with a New Mexico State Police investigation.
Martin’s arrest adopted a Nov. 24 report by a lady that Martin raped her a number of days earlier following a automobile crash.
On-line court docket information didn’t record an legal professional who may touch upon Martin’s behalf relating to the allegations.