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SACRAMENTO, CA – A Sacramento firefighter has been charged after being accused of fondling the breast of a 19-year-old girl suffering from a seizure.

The incident happened in April after the teen had been placed in an ambulance and strapped to a gurney. Unable to move, speak, or open her eyes, the teen could still hear everything going on around her.

That’s when 32-year-old Jared Evans, a two year veteran with the Sacramento Fire Department, made a remark to a paramedic intern regarding the teen’s large breasts.

Evans allegedly put his hand down the teen’s shirt, slid her right breast out of her bra before sliding it back into her shirt, later telling the intern, “Sorry man, I had to.”

The intern eventually reported the incident to a supervisor who alerted police. When the woman was questioned, she told police that while her eyes were closed and she couldn’t move, she could hear and feel everything.

She said she heard Evans say she has big breasts before feeling a hand go down her shirt and pull out her breast. She could not see or identify who actually fondled her.

When police questioned Evans, he played it smart and denied touching the teen or making comments about her breasts. Regardless, he was placed on paid administrative leave and later charged with misdemeanor sexual battery.

Evans turned himself in on Monday and was later released on a $3,000 bail. His next court appearance is scheduled for September 26.

“The Sacramento Fire Department takes all citizen complaints seriously, and works quickly to take appropriate actions to mitigate them,” Sacramento Fire Chief Walt White said in a statement. “Although the case is ongoing, and all facts are not yet known, the Sacramento Fire Department wants to assure the public that we are fully cooperating with the investigation, and working to bring the matter to a successful conclusion.”

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