The Odessa Police Department charged a man Monday after he reportedly sexually assaulted a 19-year-old woman.
Police responded around 7:37 p.m. Monday about an incomplete 911 call, the probable cause affidavit stated. Dispatch advised a woman was with a man she met the night before and was scared, and then she had disconnected from the dispatch.
Upon arrival, police made contact with the woman, who told police she was sexually assaulted.
She reportedly told police she and the suspect, 30-year-old Fabian Escajeda, had been talking in the bedroom when Escajeda asked her if she wanted to get comfortable, the affidavit detailed. The victim changed into a pair of Escajeda’s sweat pants and a shirt, and she told Escajeda she wanted to go to sleep because she had too much alcohol.
The victim and Escajeda then reportedly lied down on the bed and Escajeda started kissing her, the affidavit said, and telling her it was going to be OK because she started crying. She told police Escajeda took off her clothes before getting on top of her, and began having intercourse with her.
Escajeda reportedly told her it would be OK as she was crying, she told police, and she told Escajeda to stop, the affidavit stated.
She told police Escajeda did not stop at first after telling him to, but had pulled her hair and continued to have sexual intercourse with her, the affidavit detailed. The victim said she rolled over and Escajeda continued using his hands to rub her breasts and body.
Escajeda was taken into custody Monday and charged with sexual assault, a second-degree felony, and taken to the Ector County Detention Center Tuesday.
Jail records show Escajeda is still jailed and has a bond set at $50,000.