A former Roachdale reserve police officer was arrested over the weekend for alleged sexual assault.
Thomas Heath Wolf was arrested last Friday, April 4 on charges of trespassing, public intoxication and sexual battery for allegedly making sexual advances to several women in town.
The alleged incidents began on March 9 at the Roachdale Mini-Mart.
According to a probable cause affidavit, Wolf entered the store at 8:45 p.m. and promptly went behind the counter and sat down. When store employee Krista Evans, 18, asked him what he was doing, he stated that he had sat in the chair on previous occasions, according to the affidavit.
At that time, Wolf stated he was drunk and began trying to prompt the nine-month pregnant Evans into the office to, "tell her a secret."
She attempted to get him to come out of the office to tell her and mentioned that the whole incident was being videotaped. Wolf then stated that he had reviewed the video system as a law enforcement officer, "and it was crap."
After asking Wolf to leave, Evans agreed to give him a hug for the purposes of getting him to leave when he tried to kiss her.
Following his departure from the Mini-Mart, Wolf phoned the business trying to get Evans to come to his house, the affidavit states. She then telephoned her uncle who came to the store and saw Wolf pass the business twice.
According to the affidavit, Wolf then went to the house of Jessica Miles, 26, Roachdale and walked up on her porch. A friend of Miles, Nicole Tubbs, 29, then witnessed Wolf place both his hands down the back of Miles' pants and was pushed away by Miles, according to the affidavit.
Wolf then attempted to get Tubbs to leave with him. Both Miles and Tubbs reported Wolf being intoxicated during the alleged incident.
Wolf was arrested back on February 8, 2008 for invasion of privacy and resisting law enforcement and was let out on bond when these new charges occurred.
His initial court date for these new charges was Monday where the judge was to decide whether to revoke his bond or not.