A DeKalb County detention officer is behind bars on accusations that he sexually assaulted a woman after getting her drunk, officials said.
Keenan Notae, 24, was arrested Wednesday by DeKalb County police and charged with rape, sodomy and furnishing alcohol to a person under age, authorities said.
On Jan. 14, DeKalb police spokesman Capt. Stephen Fore said he went on a date with a 19-year-old woman and gave her alcoholic drinks.
"She became intoxicated and was sexually assaulted by Notae," Fore said in an email to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Investigators found forensic evidence from the incident that they sent for testing.
Fore said the results authorities received Wednesday "were conclusive enough for detectives to obtain arrest warrants for Notae."
Notae was arrested at his home Wednesday night, police said.
A DeKalb detention officer for three years, Notae is being held at the jail in lieu of $500 bond, according to jail records. He is segregated from the general population, DeKalb County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Cynthia Williams told the AJC.
Notae has also been suspended without pay pending the results of the investigation, Williams said.
He is scheduled to make his first court appearance this afternoon.
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