Fresno police officer accused of rape fired
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Action News has learned that a Fresno police officer accused of rape has been fired from the department.
34-year-old William Wyatt had been with the Fresno Police Department for nine years.
He's accused of raping a woman after a night of drinking nearly two years ago. Wyatt has pled not guilty to the crimes.
Friday night, Chief Dyer confirmed Wyatt has been terminated and is no longer with the department.
fresno police department, crimetracker, sex crimes, fresno, fresno county, local
- Fresno couple wins $1 million on scratcher
- Arrest made in Tulare County officer-involved shooting
- Surveillance video released in Hanford murder
- No time added for killer of Atwater prison guard
- 5-alarm fire destroys SF building under construction
- Photos: Massive fire damages vacant building in SF
- Mariposa is putting limits on marijuana grows
- Noticeable drop in Valley flu cases
- New painkiller 10 times stronger than Vicodin
- Athletes embracing "extreme" exercise trends
- Senator: CIA improperly searched computer network
- Tiger Cubs make big debut at Fresno Chaffee Zoo
- Crimea's parliament pushes for independence
- California AG promotes bills to reduce truancy