By Lori Tipton
Channel 2 News
1:56 PM AKST, February 8, 2011
Editor's Note: This story may not be appropriate for children as it includes graphic descriptions of actions allegedly taken by Rollins.
The state prosecution called its final witness to testify in the case involving former Anchorage police officer Anthony Rollins, who is accused of sexually assaulting six women.
Sgt. Kenneth McCoy, a detective with APD, took the stand Tuesday morning. McCoy supervises the Special Victims Unit and oversees several detectives who the state has already called to testify during the trial.
According to McCoy, the alleged victims provided detectives with information about Rollins' behavior that showed a pattern in how he treated each of them.
"In all the cases he was very professional up front, especially the DUI cases. Once the recorder went off, he was very flirtatious. The victims felt he was picking them up, hitting on them. He would ask them for a hug and three of his victims reported he would take their hand and force their hand on his penis," said Sgt. McCoy.
The defense says Rollins will take the stand before the trial ends. According to the Judge, the trial is expected to wrap up by Friday -- a week sooner than what the Judge initially anticipated.
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