Former Hutto Officer Pleads Guilty to Sexually Groping Women
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A former federal immigration camp officer has pleaded guilty to groping female detainees in his custody.
On Wednesday, Donald Dunn pleaded guilty before a federal magistrate to two federal deprivation of rights charges. He faces up to a year in federal prison and maximum fine of $100,000 per count. Sentencing has not yet been scheduled.
Dunn confessed to fondling women during unscheduled stops while he was driving them from the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor to either the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport or a bus terminal for deportation. Dunn was a residential supervisor at the Hutto Center.
Last year, a state district judge in Georgetown sentenced Dunn to a year in jail and two years of probation after he admitted to groping female detainees at the camp.