A Long Island woman claims a Patchogue public-safety officer sexually assaulted her.
She alleges she was walking on the village’s Main Street in April 2018 when Dennis Fajardo pulled up and ordered her into his car.
Fajardo, who does not carry a weapon, drove to a nearby parking lot and forced her to perform oral sex, according to her Brooklyn federal lawsuit against the officer and the village. He was arrested a month later after a different woman made similar allegations.
A lawyer for Fajardo could not be reached. Patchogue Mayor Paul Pontieri said the village has cooperated with Suffolk County cops.