Woman Calls Police Over Domestic Dispute With Her Husband, Cop Shows Up and Rapes Her



SAN JOSE — When a woman called the police because she was having a domestic dispute with her husband, the last thing she expected was to be raped by the cop who arrived.

After the dispute with her husband, the woman wanted to stay in a nearby hotel.

Officer Geoffrey Graves and another officer drove her to that hotel, she got a room and said goodbye.

Then she fell asleep, thinking it was all over.

It turns out that Officer Graves stayed in the parking lot lurking outside her room, according to reports.

He was with another officer, but the 2nd officer had to leave for another call.

That’s when, at around 3 AM, Officer Graves approached the woman’s hotel door and knocked loud enough to wake the woman up.

The woman didn’t expect to open it and find Officer Graves standing there, as she thought that he had already left.

Officer Graves immediately entered the room and grabbed the woman.

He then pushed her down onto the bed. Officer Graves then began stripping down, but he left on his bullet proof vest and still had his gun nearby.

“The defendant took off parts of his uniform with the exception of his bullet proof vest,” according to reports.

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He then climbed on top of the woman while she was resisting and forcibly penetrated her, according to reports.

10 minutes later, he left the hotel.

After the woman reported Officer Graves for raping her, Officer Graves turned himself in.

Furthermore, “physical evidence corroborates the victim’s allegations. The victim positively identified the defendant during the investigation of this incident,” sources say.

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Officer Graves was booked into the Santa Clara County Jail but he was released immediately after posting bail, spending no time in custody.

The department has assured the public that they launched an investigation into the case, and that Graves was placed on paid leave on Oct. 17.

Police Chief Larry Esquivel released a statement assuring the public that what Officer Graves was just one bad apple, saying,  “While this incident is very troubling and tugs at our integrity, it is an isolated incident and by no means a reflection of our officers who perform their duties with honor and professionalism on a daily basis.”

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  • 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…….

    • stoker187
    • dufas_duck

      Once the police found out that they could get away with 95 percent of whatever they want to do, there was no stopping them….. the Mafia or a street gang displays better ethics than most police departments…..

    • larry

      I’m from Kentucky and in Nelson County Kentucky someone block the roadway with branches at 3 o’clock in the morning so a cop would stop and when he did they shot him with a shotgun from an elevated position it was a total ambushthe chief of police was saying how he’ll catch this coward and bring him to justice of course no one’s got caught no one will ever get caught and I just wonder if this cop was getting payback for brutalizing someone in the past they didn’t just ambush him for the fun of it

      • Eddie Zamora

        Untill people realize what needs to be done this will continue cat and mouse games but one things for sure when cops start droping just like citizens,vets,immigrants do by their hands then there will no longer be bad police commiting crimes
        Whats troubling is the police are quick to judge individuals with criminal records but they can commit crime and get away with it because they are the law

  • Laura W


    I personally think there should be a review board that
    changes with each case, people picked from random like for jury duty to review
    the evidence and pass judgment. The fact that the police investigate themselves
    is a joke. Change won’t come without the
    mandate of the people and people we far outnumber the police.

    I do realize that all of this is me dreaming and due to the mere
    numbers of the crimes against people and animals by the police would make this
    impossible. But we as a society can
    bring about change. The question is when. When will we get tired of the
    disrespect and brutality displayed on a daily basis by the police? When will those that turn their back on all
    this injustice turn back around and see life for what it is? I could go on and
    on with the When’s but you get the idea. We as a society tend to wait until it happens
    to us before acting but by then it is too late.

    There are more than enough atrocity’s being committed right
    now against our beloved pets and fellow mankind that should have all of our
    blood boiling. Change will only come when we as a complete society become one
    and stand up against what has become a world of Police States who truly believe
    they are above the law. I doubt I will
    see this change in my lifetime but then I never thought I would see Cannabis
    legalized in my lifetime either!!!
    There is HOPE!!!

  • Amanda Vazquez

    The police integrity is a joke ur suppost to protect not abuse and rape stupid idiots.

  • dufas_duck

    The next thing that will follow is a department declaration that “We have investigated ourselves and found that we never do anything wrong,….if you need conformation, just ask any policeman and he will tell you that this is true…..”


    placed on paid leave

    placed on paid leave

    placed on paid leave

    placed on paid leave

    placed on paid leave!

    Anyone here still calling the cops for help? smdh

    • Eddie Zamora

      They can do what ever they want what really kills me
      Citizens 10
      police 1
      even though cops outnumbered we as citizens allow all this mis use of power
      maybe the government has already
      made this country ORGANIZED COMUNISM

  • lionsuar77

    I say we disband police forces and replace them with unpaid citizen patrols That’s why we have a 2nd Amendment. Get rid of the police – they’re all power-tripping former C students who were the dorks we couldn’t stand in high school and now have a vendetta against humanity.

  • Bubba Anne

    This cop deserves to be cornholed with a broomstick loaded with rusty nails.

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  • Charles Vella

    Not long, people.

  • Kookie Monsta

    Why do they break laws and get paid leave. Once you commit a crime your a criminal point blank no payed leave. It’s not like another person will get paid leve for commenting crimes…

  • Janey Siegrist

    Sick sick sick fuckrr

  • Amanda Vazquez

    Everybody in there own towns needs to get together and do to the police officers wat the officers do to people ur suppost to protect and serve not abuse ur power by tasing raping or any other abuses so sad some ppl are scared to call cops cause of the abuse..

  • Francis Walton

    Find him and kill him

  • Donald Scobie

    Another paid vacation.

  • Olsen Tommy

    So what is wrong with you US people?
    Land of the free home of the slaves, dam you need to fix your dam COP issue. They are out of control!

    U fucking losers! (Cops that think they are god)

  • BigGat

    Not sure if the paid leave is more irritating than the smirk..

  • Kat Hoth

    I don’t understand how cops get paid vacations for what the rest of us would go to jail for.

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  • Robert

    His partner needs to be discharged as well, he knew what this dirty cop was up to and did not do his job to prevent it.