Process server arrested on sexual assault complaints
Ponca City Now - January 4, 2016 10:13 am
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents on Monday arrested a process server on several criminal complaints relating to sexual misconduct with clients and potential clients.
OSBI agents have interviewed nearly a dozen women who say Robert Vincent Wonsch (d.o.b. 6/4/1981) offered to waive or reduce his fees for sexual favors.
Wonsch sexually battered at least four women by fondling, kissing, or hugging them against their will. He refused to allow at least one client leave his office, and he showed several women his gun and a badge. One client was forced to perform oral sex to Wonsch.
Agents have traced the assaults starting in January 2015 while Wonsch worked out of Express Documents and Mediations at 620 NW 5th Street in Moore, Cleveland County. Many of the victims sought help in obtaining a divorce.
Agents detained Wonsch at his home this morning at 1617 Ginger Avenue in Moore. Agents took Wonsch to the Moore Police Department for an interview.
Agents arrested him shortly after and booked him into the Cleveland County jail on four counts of sexual battery, one count forcible oral sodomy, one count kidnapping, three counts engaging in or soliciting prostitution, and one count impersonation of public officer.
If you have any information related to this case, please contact the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.