1/8/2015 – Norman, OK — A Moore man is facing decades behind bars after he was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting several women who came to him seeking help with divorce proceedings.
Robert Vincent Wonsch, 34, was arrested this past Monday by members of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. Wonsch’s arrest was reportedly the result of months of investigation regarding complaints about his sexual misconduct with clients.
On Tuesday Robert Wonsch was formerly charged in Cleveland County with seven counts of sexual battery, three counts of prostitution/engaging in lewdness, two counts of kidnapping, two counts of forced oral sodomy, one count of rape by instrumentation, one count of impersonating a public officer and one count of pattern of criminal offenses.
Wonsch is currently being held in the Oklahoma County Jail without bond.
According to the OSBI, eleven women have so far come forward to accuse Wonsch of unwanted sexual advances, sexual assaults and more.
All of the accusations share a similar pattern; the women sought help in obtaining a cheap divorce and Wonsch would suggest they pay him in sexual services.
While most of Wonsch’s accusers claim they were able to stop or walk away from the unwanted physical contact, at least two say they were intimidated into performing oral sex on Wonsch because they felt threatened by his gun and badge.
At the time of the alleged assaults, Wonsch was working out of an office at Express Documents and Mediations – 620 NW 5th St., Suite A, Moore, Oklahoma.
Express Documents and Mediations reportedly specializes uncontested budget divorce filing services.
Wonsch reportedly was given free officespace by Express D&M “about two years ago” in the hopes that the two businesses would generate work for each other.
The owner of Express D&M, Eric Faucett, reportedly received at least three complaints about Wonsch’s sexual behavior, since January of 2015, before forcing him to vacate the property this past May.
Express D&M reportedly sent the following statement to KFOR News Channel4;
Faucett reportedly told investigators that he feared Wonsch. Faucett claims that one time when he suggested Wonsch retain a lawyer regarding the sexual allegations against him that Wonsch replied, “it wasn’t anything a .22 bullet could not handle.”
Wonsch was arrested as his home in Moore – listed in court documents as in the 1600 block of Ginger Ave. 73160. Public records indicate this is a home rented by Wonsch and his wife.
Wonsch was reportedly terminated from a previous employer, Kaizen Investigations, for ‘ethical reasons’ that included possible embezzlement and soliciting prostitutes from his work computer while out of town on assignment.
Wonsch is next set to appear in court this morning at 9am for a Brill hearing – a hearing to attempt to seek a lower bail.
Wonsch is currently being represented by a tax payer provided attorney.