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After the incident in which a motorist on the South Causeway saw a woman giving oral sex to Beau Estrada, the former officer was later accused of meeting with a woman three times across five days, also while he was on duty. During one of those days, he also met up with two other women and had been seen "open-mouth kissing" both of them, according to the report. The investigation shows that one of the women was a New Smyrna Beach firefighter. Police Chief Mike Coffin said he didn't want Estrada's behavior to tarnish his agency's reputation. Estrada, 32, was employed from July through January of this year, Coffin said. The report shows Estrada had parked his vehicle the afternoon of Dec. As the witness headed west, he observed what he thought to be an officer receiving oral sex inside his patrol car. He reported what he saw to the police department. The internal affairs investigator, Deputy Chief Jessica Paugh, stated that Estrada had notified dispatch he was performing extra patrols in the area of the park. Due to the "severity of the allegation," Estrada's upcoming shifts were watched closely, Paugh said. The report shows Estrada's several meetings with women while working, and that many of those incidents were at parks around the city. Less than five hours later, he met up with a second woman at Esther Street Park, where he was seen kissing her. An hour after that, he was seen hugging and open-mouth kissing a third woman at a public park near S. It appeared the woman was sitting on his lap because she was leaning against the driver's side window during the majority of the minute meeting. Estrada sent an email Thursday to The News-Journal refuting some of the allegations in the report. All of them said they would meet Estrada while he was on duty and one of them said that Estrada was married and she was engaged, so the two could only meet for "discreet" encounters. Sawran, during her interview, said their encounters involved kissing and fondling, but never sexual intercourse. She said they would get together at various parks, as well as a boat ramp off Dixie Highway and a city senior center. However, because Sawran met with Estrada only while she was off duty, she didn't violate any agency policies and was not disciplined, VanDemark said. Sawran did not respond to a message sent to her via social media. During his interview with Paugh, Estrada said he met up with three different women while working on duty and engaged in intimate contact with them on "several" occasions, according to Paugh's report. Paugh tried to nail down an approximate number, at which time Estrada told her, "I don't log how many times I meet these people. Paugh concluded that Estrada violated three of the agency's policies including not meeting the standards of productivity or workmanship; committing immoral, unlawful, improper conduct or indecency; and showing a willful neglect in the performance of duties. A separate investigation shows that Estrada had parked his agency vehicle the night of Oct. When confronted about it, Estrada said his wife had picked him up and the two had dinner together in Port Orange. One of the women interviewed during Estrada's other investigation said she remembers one night in October that he had gone out to dinner with her and the pair went back to her apartment. He had told her he was done with his shift, but once he started receiving calls and text messages on his phone, he told her he had to go back to work. Paugh concluded that investigation by stating Estrada had lied to an official of the city, which is another policy violation. He was also absent without permission and had misused city property, so that meant he violated three policies on that day, she said. Coffin said all of the internal affairs investigations are complete against Estrada, who resigned Jan. However, his agency has notified the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement that Estrada had violated a moral character violation, which he suspects will result in the revocation of his law enforcement certification, he said. Angela Starke, a spokeswoman with FDLE, confirmed that her agency received a copy of the internal affairs report and that the matter will be reviewed by the commission. Digital access or digital and print delivery.
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