Two Former SAPD Officers Convicted in Bizarre Sex Scheme

Two former San Antonio Police Officers are facing long stretches in prison after being convicted of setting up a phony 'undercover operation' to convince as many as 25 women to engage in sexual activity with them, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.

A jury Friday night convicted Emmanuel Galindo and Alejandro Chapa on all counts, including felony sexual assault and official oppression.

Victims testified that Galindo and Chapa told them they were setting up an undercover operation in the Live Oak area, and said the victims could make up to $5,900 a day for participating in it.

But first, they said the women had to 'demonstrate their qualifications' for being part of the operation by having sex with the officers.

Many of the victims said they went along because, since Galindo and Chapa were real police officers, so they thought the operation was real.

Both men resigned from the police force after their arrest.. They now face up to 20 years in prison.

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