ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A fourth alleged victim continued her testimony Wednesday in the trial of former Anchorage police officer Anthony Rollins. Rollins is accused of sexually assaulting six women from 2006 to 2009.
The woman, through her interpreter, told the court of the incident in March 2009.
"I got scared. I thought things were going to get out of hand," she said.
She says Rollins took her to a police substation, where he started acting obscenely, dancing around and exposing himself.
The 31-year-old told the court that she convinced him to take her home, after she promised him she would meet him the next day.
"What I wanted was to go home and never see him again in my life," she told the jury.
The defense continued with a cross-examination of the victim.
Prosecutors expected the victim's friend, a detective, and the fifth victim to testify before the end of the day.