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Sex assault suspect described as 'legitimate threat' to San Antonio community

(SBG San Antonio photo)

SAN ANTONIO - A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a Northwest Side apartment complex over the weekend was currently out on bond on charges of aggravated sexual assault and impersonating a public servant, according to court papers.

Bryan Lamar Greshman, 30, was arrested on Sunday after the alleged victim told police she was forced to perform a sex act on Gresham on Saturday night. Before the alleged attack, the victim had been out with friends and Gresham at a restaurant bar, when they returned to the friends' apartment. The victim was reportedly intoxicated and she was allowed to rest on a couch. Gresham reportedly returned to his own apartment in the same complex.

Court papers state that Gresham returned to the apartment, was allowed inside and left alone with the victim before he carried her to his apartment and sexually assaulted her. The victim told officers she started crying and Gresham let her out of his apartment and pushed her into an elevator. She claimed Gresham also tried to confuse her by asking, "Who are you?" and "Where did you come from?"

Investigators say Gresham was currently out on bond on charges of aggravated sexual assault, reportedly at the same apartment complex, and impersonating a public servant. Court papers describe Gresham as a "legitimate threat for the community of San Antonio."

He is charged with sexual assault.

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