UPDATE: According to CBS 8, Arevalos will not receive his pension because we withdrew funds prior to going on trial for sexual assault.
Former SDPD officer Anthony Arevalos was convicted last Friday of eight felonies and four misdemeanors resulting from sexual assault charges. He is now being held without bond pending sentencing, and faces up to 10 years in prison. Officials have placed him in segregation from the regular prison population.
Unfortunately, Arevalos will still receive his pension from the city of San Diego as there are currently no laws allowing stripping of pensions if a city employee is convicted of a felony.
Meanwhile, questions raised about reporting procedures among police officers will be addressed by the Police Chief as he has promised to make it