A federal grand jury in Topeka, Kansas, returned a six-count indictment, unsealed Thursday, charging former Kansas City Police Department detective Roger Golubski with federal civil rights crimes, according to officials.

Kansas City Police Department detective Roger Golubski

Golubski is accused of sexually assaulting two victims while acting under the color of law, officials stated.

If convicted of the charges, Golubski faces up to life in prison. He is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

The first three counts of the indictment charge Golubski with sexually assaulting the first victim on multiple occasions between 1998 and 2001 by digitally penetrating her and forcing her to perform oral sex on him in his vehicle; by raping her in his vehicle; and by performing oral sex on her, making her perform oral sex on him and raping her in and next to his vehicle.

tufted black chairs inside building with no peopleThe remaining three counts of the indictment charge Golubski with sexually assaulting the second victim on multiple occasions between 1999 and 2002 by raping her in her home; making her perform oral sex on him in his vehicle; and making her perform oral sex on him and raping her in her home.

The indictment alleges that Golubski’s conduct included aggravated sexual abuse and kidnapping.

The FBI Kansas City Field Office investigated the case in conjunction with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Stephen Hunting of the District of Kansas and Trial Attorney Tara Allison of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division are prosecuting the case.

By Raul

Raul Hernandez is a former journalist. He has worked as a newspaper reporter for more than 30 years at the El Paso Herald-Post, El Paso Times, Press Enterprise in Riverside, California and the Ventura County Star in California. He was a court reporter for more than 20 years.

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