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Disturbing details emerge after San Jose police officer arrested for masturbating at family's home

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SAN JOSE, Calif. - Prosecutors outlined more disturbing details surrounding the arrest of a San Jose police officer who was literally walked out the door of department headquarters after he was arrested on suspicion of masturbating at the home of a family who had called for help for their mentally ill relative: He had been eyeing the the 23-year-old daughter.

Matthew Dominguez, 32, who was arrested Thursday on a misdemeanor indecent exposure charge, could face a year in jail and be placed on the sexual offender list for 10 years, if convicted.

Dominguez is currently on administrative leave from the police department.According to prosecutors, Dominguez and two colleagues were dispatched to a home in San Jose on April 21 at 6:30 p.m.

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