Washington County's District Attorney has charged a 24-year-old Dewey man with impersonating a police officer and sexual assault.
In a probable cause affidavit, an investigator with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation wrote that Kyle Swift claimed to be an OSBI agent during a September 12 incident in Dewey.
It says Swift told the victim he had a search warrant as well as a "strip search" warrant. Upon entering the victim's home, he ordered the victim to remove her clothes, assaulted her, then left, the affidavit says.
Shortly thereafter, the victim reportedly received a Facebook message that said if she didn't want to be arrested she would have to send nude photographs of her herself to Swift's OSBI supervisor.
When questioned, Swift told the OSBI it was "all a joke," the affidavit says.
OSBI agents searched Kyle Swift's home and said they found photos taken during the strip search on his cell phone and computer.
At a court hearing last week, Swift was ordered to post a $10,000 bond with another court appearance set for October 30.