An attorney said he has information that a county deputy who was arrested after a woman said he stopped her car and then forced her to perform a sex act had a second victim the same day.
Attorney Bill Speek said, "We are asking that this woman have the courage to come forward."
Willie Marshay Greer, 33, was charged with aggravated rape and official misconduct. He appeared in General Sessions Court on Tuesday, but his preliminary hearing was passed after he said he is still trying to hire an attorney.
The case was moved to May 13.
Attorney Speek also said he was advised that several jurisdictions where Greer has worked have investigations underway. He said there is the possibility of federal action.
He said, "Police officers are supposed to be out protecting the public, not preying on the public."
His office represents the alleged victim in the case that is charged.
In the incident on a Sunday, the woman said just after 1 a.m. she was driving on Birchwood Pike in the direction of Highway 60. She said as she passed the Warebranch Market she noticed a patrol car on the side of the road.
She said she pulled over after the patrol car got in behind her vehicle and activated its emergency equipment. She said the officer approached her car and told her she was driving a little fast.
The 26-year-old woman said the officer wrote her name on his hand and went to his car. She said he returned and told her she was going to jail. He made her exit her vehicle and he handcuffed her.
She said he then told her several times, "I could let you go, but you'd owe me."
When she said she did not know what he meant, she said he took the handcuffs off and told her to follow him. She said they went to a pulloff on Thatch Road.
The woman said she got out of her car and was handcuffed again. She was then seated in the patrol car.
She said the officer pulled his penis from his pants, grabbed her by the back of the head and forced her to perform oral sex.
She said afterward he asked if she was thirsty and he gave her a fruity drink from Wendy's.
Police said they checked and a black officer had bought a fruit punch at a nearby Wendy's earlier.
Greer said the sex was consensual, but police determined that his statements were "false and misleading."