Home Of OKC Officer Accused Of Sex Crimes With Foster Child Ransacked
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Family of an Oklahoma City Police officer accused of sex crimes with his foster son said they found the family's home ransacked after police searched it.
According to the probable cause affidavit, a 16-year-old victim told three different witnesses at his church that his adoptive father, Oklahoma City Police Sergeant Maurice Martinez, had been making him perform sex acts on him.
The teen claimed the sex acts all occurred in Martinez's bedroom and that it happened on several occasions since his 14th birthday.
Martinez's family said the claims against him are false and the sergeant has not been charged with a crime.
Police served a search warrant and went through Martinez's home, but the officer's family said they found the home ransacked, the electricity had been cut off, Martinez's safe was left open and items were missing from the home, including a Playstation 3, a Wii and guns.
The family also says several of their pets, including a fish and an iguana had died because no heat was on in the home.
Meanwhile, one of Martinez's two foster sons is back in DHS protective custody after he ran away. The other foster son is still missing.
Oklahoma City Police could not be reached for further information.