DPD cop, woman won't be charged in sex assault

Posted at 4:50 PM, May 06, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-07 00:55:55-04

A Denver Police officer and a female suspect arrested this week in connection to a sex assault investigation will not be facing charges. 

Officer Davin Munk, 31, and Angiella Arnot, 47, were facing multiple counts of felony sex assault from an incident that happened in late April. Their charges were dropped after investigators obtained new evidence in this case, according to a statement released by the law enforcement agency. 

Investigators did not elaborate on what that new evidence was. 

(PHOTO: Davin Munk)

Police did not provide any information about how Arnot was involved in the case, but a source told Denver7 that a group of friends met at a bar in the southwest metro, near Southwest Plaza last Thursday night, and then went to the officer's house in a gated community nearby.

(PHOTO: Angiella Arnot)

An Internal Affairs investigation will be conducted to determine if Officer Munk violated any department policies. For now, he remains suspended, now with pay, pending the outcome of the investigation.

Both Munk and Arnot have also been released from custody. 


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