DENVER (CBS4) – A now-fired Denver police officer, Johnny Leon-Alvarez, faced a judge on Monday for his second advisement hearing. Leon-Alvarez faces a sexual assault charge stemming from an incident in December of 2019.

CBS4 learned on Monday Leon-Alvarez was fired.

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Johnny Leon-Alvarez (credit: Denver)

Police say Leon-Alvarez went on a date with a woman he met at a different police call. The woman had been in an argument with her boyfriend, they say.

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The suspect and victim came back to her home where Leon-Alvarez allegedly forced himself on her.

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The victim’s roommate told police she got a notification on her cellphone from the security camera. She says she heard the victim say goodnight, and then heard her say “no” and “please stop” several times.