Officer Suspected in Rape of His Own Family and Murder

UPDATE (6-6-15) Officer Aguirre Now Charged With First-Degree Murder

The girl was killed over 30 years ago.

Officer Aguirre might have figured he’d never be charged for it after all these years.

But God or Karma or the Cosmos — whatever you want to call it —  has a way of bringing things back around, in this life or the next.

Here’s the video detailing his charges:

Continue reading below for full story:

PASCO, WA — What started out as bad news has now become an absolute horror story, as an Officer who people thought was a “good cop” may be involved in rape and murder.

“I’m just shocked. I just thought he was a nice guy,” says Adriana Barreras, who used to get visits from the officer at her coffee stand.

“He was never being weird or creepy. You think somebody’s one way but they’re really not,” she added.

The nice guy image has been shattered, as reports have surfaced according to which Officer Aguirre raped one of his own family members.

The female needed a place to sleep and because Officer Aguirre had only one bed, he inclined her to share the bed with him.

Apparently the female, whose name has been concealed to protect her identity, had shared the bed in the past with Officer Aguirre, thinking nothing of it since they were family.

But on this particular night, the unthinkable happened.

She was sound asleep when suddenly she awoke to the feeling of Officer Aguirre’s wet lips rubbing against her, she said.

She then felt him thrusting his genitals against her, according to reports.

Confused and startled, she grabbed his face and said “Who are you?!”

She says that at that point Officer Aguirre had put his mouth on her vagina and panties.

She managed to escape him and she texted one of her male friends immediately, telling him what happened.

The male friend confronted Aguirre on it, and Aguirre insisted that nothing sexual happened.

Due to the woman’s testimony and report, Officer Aguirre was made to submit a voluntary DNA sample for testing.

Investigators also took the woman’s panties as evidence.

Sure enough, they found that the DNA from the saliva on the panties was consistent with the DNA profile of Officer Aguirre.

And it only gets worse.

Once investigators had Officer Aguirre’s DNA in their system, they were surprised to see that it matched saliva found on a female murder victim named Ruby Doss in 1986.

The new discovery has caused some to question whether Officer Aguirre murdered the woman and has since kept it a secret all these years.

What started out as a reported rape of his own family member has now ballooned into a suspicion of murder.

Officer Aguirre, of course, denies both the rape and the murder.

So far Officer Aguirre has not been arrested, and he is expected to appear in court on Tuesday to face the rape charge.

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  • bcdebow

    Of course, he has not been arrested. If it were a person who was not a cop they would have been arrested. Cops are above the law.

    • Bee Dubya

      The thin blue line attacks again.

      • GreenEyes509

        Um, he has been arrested. He is being held on multiple charges because when they arrested him they found over 10,000 pictures of XXX (seemingly forced) encounters on his phones. With men and women. He was recording them without their knowledge and in a majority of the videos, the other party seems “fearful and unwilling”. This dude is being held in my local county jail. It’s big news, he’s gonna fry.

        • meinmd

          He’s out on a 35,000 bond, so not really being held.

  • upagainstthewall

    Wow… I am really floored by the DNA linking him to a murder from 1986. And he is still on the force!…why?

    • Bee Dubya

      You can thank the buddy buddy relationship his dept has with the courts.

    • Robo

      Wonder why every cop isn’t required to give a sample.

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      • Brian McKee

        They (the puppets) would expect “the people” to “lobby for more restrictions” in order to do something like that… “They” would tell you it “cost too much money” and all kinds of other “various bull” to keep your head spinning in all directions to keep us focused on “jumping through thier hoops” while they claim “We make DA Law’s ’round Hea”!

    • bdj1

      because nothing good ever comes from the police.

      • Sophie Cat

        I’ve never seen a single incident that was made better by police presence. Not one, not ever.

    • Ian Battles

      Because the pig unions condone crime if a cop commits it.

  • Bee Dubya

    Dear public, Obey us or die, signed the police.

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  • Bob6DaBeast

    So clearly cops can do anything and never be given a bond. Just face “charges” that wont stick anyways.

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  • bdj1

    Nothing good comes from the police. Rape, Murder, cover up and protect their buddies in blue.

  • Brian McKee

    Cops take money to rape and murder people’s freedom every single day by being a cog of this system. I don’t find it surprising when they (literally) rape and kill people in thier spare time. They’re trained to be vicious animals.

  • JamesCincy

    If it were a citizen suspected of these crimes, with this kind of evidence, and not a policeman, does anyone doubt that the non-police person would be eating balony sandwiches in jail? The most astonishing thing at this point about the story is that the officer has not been arrested. This Officer Aguirre seems to be a good candidate for a barricade situation. Why he is not in jail is mind boggling. He seems to be a threat to the safety of others.

  • Michael Young

    must now look at all this officer cases

  • Laura W

    It never ceases to amaze me how police departments are always saying how they don’t understand why people aren’t more sympathetic when a police officer is injured or killed. Well it is their fault. Social media has exposed their brutality towards people and their pets on a daily basis and with everyone armed with a camera they will continue to be exposed. Their own actions have desensitized people to what happens to them—-and for those who aren’t yet desensitized it is just a matter of time. Police openly break the law without consequences daily as evidenced by all the available video online and they wonder why they are not given any respect. You have to give it to get it.
    A policeman used to be someone you could look up to and go to for help but not anymore. Now people tend to take care of themselves rather than call the police due to their lack of trust in the police. I have known some very good policemen in the past but can’t say too much about now. I keep seeing the words “Police State” used to describe people’s respective police department which doesn’t bode to well for policemen. Again you have to give respect to get it…….

  • Thomas Petrie

    Let’s see, DNA from a condom at the crime scene matches the suspect’s DNA… What more can one say? Damn, how can anyone with a conscious deny this?

  • MaryAnne

    hooray. i hope he gets the death penalty. the sentences for corrupt law enforcement should be absolutely EXTREME, as to dissuade other presumptuous corrupt law enforcement.

  • dakota

    “he inclined her to share the bed” what kind of English is that? It does not make any sense. Please look up the definition of ‘Inclined’. I think you are meaning to say he ‘persuaded her to share the bed’.

  • Joe Owens Sr

    I live in the area ,he had since been arrested and charged with murder.

  • Gordon Onomatapea Bennet

    say it aint so..what would john wayne think?