Hispanic man guilty of having sex with a 13-year-old girl while he was a police officer in the San Antonio area

SAN ANTONIO – A former Hispanic officer with the San Antonio-area Bexar County Sheriff’s Department has been found guilty of multiple counts of child sexual abuse.

Andrew Guerra was convicted of two counts of sexual assault of a minor and two counts of indecency with a minor, according to Bexar County Court documents.

The 437th District Court jury found Guerra not guilty on other charges he faced.

Guerra was imprisoned and will remain behind bars until next September 7 when a judge handed down his sentence.

Guerra was a 16-year veteran of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Department when he began to be investigated by San Antonio Police.

The former officer was charged with two charges in February 2020 for having sexually assaulted a minor under the age of 13 on two occasions.

According to San Antonio Police, investigators received information that Guerra had had sexual relations with a 13-year-old girl and that he continued to have relations with the victim for a year.

The victim when questioned told investigators that the sexual assaults occurred multiple times.

Guerra was removed from his position after he was arrested in February 2020, a month later Guerra resigned from the department.