Ex-Stockton Police Sergeant Bloed’s Sexual Assault Charges

Booked in the San Joaquin County Jail, Nicholas Bloed was accused of assaulting three women; however, Allen Sawyer claims that all encounters with these women were consensual, and is seeking a sexual assault case dismissal. One woman asserted the sexual misconduct happened while Bloed was on duty. As of October 13th, Bloed was no longer employed by the Stockton Police Department.

“My client was denied due process,” stated Allen Sawyer after the arrest took place. “We categorically deny that there was any assault on anyone. Although Mr. Bloed lacks judgment and made some serious mistakes, that’s very different than what you’re seeing in these allegations.” Sawyer believes that once the evidence is presented in court, it’s going to be clear that this was a mutually agreed upon encounter.

Bloed cooperated with the investigation and was willing to turn himself in. After serving one year on house arrest, on December 7, 2023, Judge Coughlan rejected prosecutors’ request to return Bloed to the San Joaquin County Jail without jail. On January 16th, 2024, Attorney Sawyer is posed to request that this sexual assault case be dismissed. Read the full article in “2024 Cases to Watch in SJ County.

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