More alleged victims come forward following arrest of Oklahoma City process server

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Robert Vincent Wonsch, Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

OKLAHOMA CITY – Authorities say several additional alleged victims have come forward following the arrest of an Oklahoma City process server.

Agents say many of the victims had gone to 34-year-old Robert Wonsch for help getting a divorce.

On Monday, agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said they had interviewed nearly a dozen women who say Wonsch offered to waive or reduce his fees for sexual favors.

Wonsch, the owner of RNK Investigations, rented office space at 620 N.W. 5th St. in Oklahoma City, where he saw many of the victims.

Now, agents say more possible victims have come forward.

Authorities say they will interview at least five other women who say they were sexually assaulted by Wonsch.

If anyone has information on the case, call the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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