OKLAHOMA CITY -- OSBI agents detained Robert Wonsch, 34, at his home in Moore Monday morning.
He was subsequently arrested and booked into the Cleveland County jail.
At the time of the alleged crimes, Wonsch was working out of an office at Express Documents and Mediation in Moore.
You may recognize the company from their signs scattered throughout the metro advertising cheap divorce, $150 without children, $250 with children.
Agents say many of the victims had gone to Wonsch seeking help in getting a divorce. They’ve interviewed nearly a dozen women who say Wonsch offered to waive or reduce his fees for sexual favors.
According to press release from OSBI,
“Wonsch sexually battered at least four women by fondling, kissing or hugging them against their will.
He refused to allow at least one client to leave his office and he showed several women his gun and a badge.
One client was forced to perform oral sex.”
Karla Docter is the Senior Director of Sexual Assault Services at the YWCA of Oklahoma City.
“It just kind of reminds me again what sexual assault perpetrators are about is that power and control,” said Docter.
She says many of these alleged victims were already in a vulnerable position if they were looking for help with divorce.
“A lot of times, victims, when they’re in this type of situation feel as though they do not have the option to say no,” said Docter.
Express Documents and Mediation sent NewsChannel 4 the following statement:
Express Documents and Mediation, Inc. (hereafter “Express”) is aware of Robert Wonsch’s arrest and criminal charges. Mr. Wonsch, and his company R&K Private Investigations, LLC, was an independent contractor who did process serving and rented office space from Express.
Express was first contacted in the spring of 2015 regarding the allegations against Mr. Wonsch and promptly severed ties with him. Express has fully and completely cooperated with law enforcement and will continue to cooperate as needed.
Express immensely values the safety and security of its customers and takes any and all allegations seriously. Because there is ongoing litigation and investigation in this matter, Express will only release specifics in this matter in conjunction with the involved law enforcement agencies.
NewsChannel 4 also obtained documents detailing Wonsch’s firing from a job back in 2013 when he was working as a private investigator for Kaizen Investigations.
The documents show he was terminated for ethical reasons, including not turning money over to the company and “soliciting hookers to come to his room” when he was out of town on business.