ICE Special Agent Arrested on Charges of Raping Two Women

A former special agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was arrested earlier this month on federal civil rights charges that allege he sexually assaulted one woman and twice raped another woman after abusing his official position to convince them not to report his violent conduct.

John Jacobs Olivas, 43, of Riverside, California was arrested by special agents from the FBI and ICE’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR).

Olivas, was arrested pursuant to a three-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury on August 1. Olivas was arraigned in United States District Court in Riverside. Olivas entered a not guilty plea, was ordered released on a $50,000 bond, and was ordered to stand trial on October 9.

The indictment alleges that Olivas attempted to rape one victim in January 2012 after making it clear to her “that the police would not be responsive to any report she may make about defendant Olivas because of defendant Olivas’ position as a federal law enforcement officer.”

Olivas allegedly violated the victim’s constitutional right to be free from deprivations of liberty without due process, which includes the right to bodily integrity.

The indictment also alleges that Olivas raped another victim in September 2012 and then again in November 2012. Olivas allegedly also made clear to this woman that police would not respond to any report she might make about attacks by Olivas.

Olivas is charged with three counts of deprivation of rights under color of law, each of which carries a statutory maximum sentence of life in federal prison.

Olivas began his career with ICE in 2007 and resigned in September 2015 after working as an HSI special agent for just over six years.

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A former special agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was arrested earlier this month on federal civil rights charges that allege he sexually assaulted one woman and twice raped another woman after abusing his official position to convince them not to report his violent conduct.

John Jacobs Olivas, 43, of Riverside, California was arrested by special agents from the FBI and ICE’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR).

Olivas, was arrested pursuant to a three-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury on August 1. Olivas was arraigned in United States District Court in Riverside. Olivas entered a not guilty plea, was ordered released on a $50,000 bond, and was ordered to stand trial on October 9.

The indictment alleges that Olivas attempted to rape one victim in January 2012 after making it clear to her “that the police would not be responsive to any report she may make about defendant Olivas because of defendant Olivas’ position as a federal law enforcement officer.”

Olivas allegedly violated the victim’s constitutional right to be free from deprivations of liberty without due process, which includes the right to bodily integrity.

The indictment also alleges that Olivas raped another victim in September 2012 and then again in November 2012. Olivas allegedly also made clear to this woman that police would not respond to any report she might make about attacks by Olivas.

Olivas is charged with three counts of deprivation of rights under color of law, each of which carries a statutory maximum sentence of life in federal prison.

Olivas began his career with ICE in 2007 and resigned in September 2015 after working as an HSI special agent for just over six years.

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