A former McLoud police officer has been arrested on sexual assault complaints for alleged incidents involving several women while he was on duty and in uniform, according to a court affidavit. An investigation is ongoing.

A former McLoud police officer has been arrested on sexual assault complaints for alleged incidents involving several women while he was on duty and in uniform, according to a court affidavit. An investigation is ongoing.

Justin M. Rahlf, 35, was arrested Tuesday on a probable cause arrest warrant outlining complaints of forcible oral sodomy and indecent exposure. Full investigative reports are not yet completed; formal charges have not been filed.

The arrest affidavit shows that Rahlf resigned from the McLoud Police Department on Sept. 21. All of the alleged incidents reportedly occurred prior to that time and while Rahlf was on duty as a McLoud police officer.

The reported incidents include Rahlf allegedly exposing himself as well as unwanted advances or sexual contact with women while on duty, according to the affidavit.

The case is being investigated by the District Attorney's Drugs and Violent Crimes Task Force at the request of the McLoud Police Department.

McLoud Police Chief Tom Pringle, in a written statement Wednesday, said the McLoud Police Department, back in September, received “credible information” that one of its former officers may have “engaged in inappropriate and possibly criminal conduct of a sexual nature while on duty.”

Through the investigation, “we were able to identify a potential victim and corroborate the information we received,” the chief said.

According to the lengthy warrant, Rahlf is accused of several inappropriate incidents while on the job.

One reportedly involved a woman at Wes Watkins Reservoir who said she felt forced to perform a sexual act on the officer in 2016, according to the affidavit.

Another woman who had initially contacted police to make a report this past summer said the officer exposed himself and then she felt pressured to have sexual relations with him while he was at her home.

In another incident, Rahlf allegedly exposed himself to a woman while gathering information for a police report, with that woman telling investigators he also grabbed her breast, the warrant reads.

“There were multiple adult female victims, with all of the allegations occurring while Rahlf was on duty and in uniform,” said First Assistant District Attorney Adam Panter. “Although we are not aware of any other victims at this time, we do encourage any others who have any experiences with the suspect they believe were inappropriate to call the DA’s Office so that we can inform the investigators.”

Rahlf was booked into the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center after his arrest, but he has since been released after posting bond.

Watch for updates.