WICHITA, Kan. - Police detectives spent much of their holiday weekend investigating a former sergeant of their own department. Alex Robinson faces allegations involving child sex crimes that happened more than a decade ago.Robinson is now on administrative leave from the Wichita School District, where he has worked the last five years as a security supervisor. Robinson retired from the Wichita Police Department in 2006. Since then, he has been a high-ranking security guard with USD 259.
Police say a man, 24, lodged a complaint against Robinson, saying the sex happened when he was 12 years-old. On Monday, Police Chief Norman Williams didn't offer any new information on the case, but he did say detectives have been busy over what should have been a holiday weekend.
"I can tell you that they have worked quite a bit over the weekend, as well as today," Williams said. "They are working today, following up on some additional information and things of that nature, so we are working today on the holiday."
According to the report, the alleged sex would have happened while Robinson was still a police officer. Chief Williams says he will have more information about these allegations against Alex Robinson Tuesday morning.
Robinson is currently out of jail on a $250,000 bond.