One police officer is accusing another officer of a crime.
A Fresno Police officer has been accused of sexual assault.
The accusations against Fresno police officer Will Wyatt go back two years, to the summer of 2010.
That's when the alleged victim said she'd gone out drinking with Wyatt. She told investigators she only remembers arriving at the bar.
The next morning she woke up in Wyatt's bed.
She didn't think anything had happened, until she received some pictures, this January, 18 months later, from Wyatt's girlfriend.
“The female had become aware of some photographs that were taken of her in the nude at a time when she was either passed out or incapacitated from consuming alcohol,” said Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer.
According to a search warrant, Wyatt's girlfriend told the alleged victim she'd found the photos on his computer. And they reportedly showed Wyatt and the victim having sex.
The alleged victim asked to see them.
And that's when she called her boss who called Fresno police.
“The day after the allegations were brought to our attention which would be January 20th we suspended the officer’s peace officer powers and removed his firearm and his badge from him,” said Dyer.
Wyatt has been on paid administrative leave since then.
“Officer Wyatt denies these allegations. He says they are absolutely untrue,” said attorney Marshall Hodgkins.
Marshall Hodgkins is representing Wyatt in the internal affairs investigation.
And in the criminal investigation which is being conducted by the Fresno Sheriff's Department.
“The sheriff's department, I'm told, has submitted their case to the District Attorneys office. There are no charges that have been filed as of this point in time,” Hodgkins said.
The Fresno County District Attorneys office said they are reviewing the case.