SAN DIEGO (AP) — Some San Diego police employees are questioning the treatment of a police captain's son, who has not been charged with a crime after allegedly groping two women, punching another woman in the face, and drunkenly smashing a car window in Pacific Beach.
UT San Diego reports 23-year-old Alex Guaderrama was taken by police to a hospital and then turned over to his mother following the incident last month.
Lt. Andra Brown, a police spokeswoman, defended the actions of officers.
But several other police employees told UT San Diego they believe Guaderrama received special treatment.
Officers told the newspaper that Guaderrama boasted that his father was a top department official.
Brown said the investigation was closed Sept. 5. A spokesperson for the City Attorney said no decision about criminal charges against Guaderrama has been made.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.