He was terminated from the Sheriff’s Office almost a month before the DA made their ruling.” ————ORIGINAL POST, PM MAY 28, 2019—————- The El Paso County Sheriff's Office fired a deputy on May 21, a week after receiving a claim notice from a woman who states through her attorney that the deputy sexually assaulted her on Christmas Day last year, sheriff's spokesperson Jackie Kirby tells the Independent.
A notice of claim letter is usually the first step toward a lawsuit. The deputy in question, David Kwiecien, joined the department in 2016, Kirby says.
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Kirby says the second deputy is not under investigation.
On Twitter, the DA’s Office said: Following a thorough review of the events that occurred on Dec.
Deputy David Kwiecien was fired on May 21, a week after a May 13 notice of claim was submitted to the county.
According to that letter, from attorney Timothy Bussey who’s representing an unnamed female (her name is redacted from the claim letter), Kwiecien made contact with the woman in the early morning hours of Dec.
"I can tell you that the criminal investigation is in the DA's [District Attorney's] office's hands, and we're waiting for them to make a ruling [on whether criminal charges will be filed]," Kirby says.