Authorities have arrested a Texas deputy accused, with the girl’s mother, of raping her in his patrol car and giving her a ride home in the back of his patrol vehicle.
The arrest warrant was obtained by ABC News on Tuesday, just as the Texas Department of Public Safety said it had closed the investigation into the case.
Investigators are looking into the circumstances surrounding the alleged rape, said Lt.
Jason Dye, a DPS spokesman.
The girl told investigators she was asleep when a male deputy drove her to a secluded area in the county about 1 a.m. on Feb. 4, according to the arrest warrant.
The deputy then raped her, then drove her home in his squad car.
The arrest warrant says she later told her mother and her sister about the incident.
A third woman told investigators the deputy raped her in the car, and then gave her a massage and a ride back to the station, according.
The woman’s mother said her daughter had been “abusive” and had been sexually assaulted by the sheriff’s office.
Dye said he did not know the name of the deputy who is charged with rape.
This story has been updated to include the name and age of the woman who is the alleged victim of the alleged deputy.