- Officers James Nichols and Luis Valenzuela were both accused of sexual assaults on four women
- One officer would serve as a lookout while the other would assault women in an unmarked car
- All of the victims in the case were either informants or arrested on drug crimes
- The pair originally faced more than a dozen charges, but many were dropped upon the plea deal
- Valenzuela was also facing a felony assault charge involving a gun before the plea
Two Los Angeles police officers will spend the next 25 years behind bars after pleading no contest to sexual assault charges where the pair attacked women who were either acting as informants or were recently arrested on drug charges.
The pair was charged with sexually assaulting multiple women – with one officer committing the attack in their unmarked squad car as the other served as a lookout.
Officers James Nichols, 46, and Luis Valenzeula, 45, both entered no contest pleas on charges of forcible rape and forcible oral copulation.
H/t reader kevin a.
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