NBC 7 has learned the identity of the second San Diego Police officer accused of misconduct.
Multiple police sources confirm that Officer Donald Moncrief, 39, is accused of touching a woman he was arresting and exposing himself to her.
The alleged victim originally thought former Officer Christopher Hays was the officers in her alleged encounter, but after investigating, SDPD Chief William Lansdowne said the department found her case involves a completely different officer.
The woman told police the encounter happened during an auto theft arrest last February in the South Bay. She said the officer touched her inappropriately and exposed himself.
While he won’t confirm the officer’s identity, Lansdowne said the accused officer has been suspended during the investigation with pay. No criminal charges have been filed against him yet.
Moncrief is a six-year SDPD veteran who worked as a defensive tactics instructor for the department, according to his biography on an amateur mixed martial arts page.
The former Marine was also a member of the SDPD honor guard as of 2011, a police officer association’s publication reveals.
SDPD Chief William Lansdowne has called for an audit of the police department in light of accusations against Moncrief and Hays.
After seven women came forward to accuse of Hays of improper pat downs and forcing sexual acts, Hays resigned from the police department.
On Tuesday, he was formally charged with two felony counts of false imprisonment and three misdemeanor counts of sexual battery involving four women.
Meanwhile, San Diego's interim mayor described the officers under investigation as "a handful of bad apples."
At a press briefing Thursday, Interim Mayor Todd Gloria said he has complete confidence in Lansdowne as he tackles the dual scandals.