A former police detective was reportedly arrested last week by federal agents on an indictment of six counts of alleged civil rights violations for allegedly sexual assaulting at least two women during his time in law enforcement with Kansas City, Kansas police.
Roger Golubski 69, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Topeka, which led to his arrest. Golubski was a former captain of the Kansas City, Kansas Police Department before he retired in 2010, reported KCUR.
Golubski has been accused of preying on vulnerable Black women using his position in law enforcement during his time with Kansas City, Kansas Police Department.
Golubski is also accused of framing a Black man when he was a teenager in the 1990s in connection with a murder case. The man served 24 years behind bars before he was exonerated.
Golubski could face life in prison if convicted in U.S. District Court of the alleged crimes involving the two women.
More about the allegations and indictment can be found here.
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