The second indictment against the former chief investigator for the state medical examiner’s office alleges he lewdly touched a male investigator who worked for him.
Grand jurors allege Kevin E. Rowland lewdly touched the male investigator while making a sexually explicit statement about the employee’s body.
He is charged in the second indictment with one felony count of sexual battery. Grand jurors allege the offense happened in December 2007 in Oklahoma County.
Rowland, 44, posted $2,000 bail and was released from the Oklahoma County jail shortly after the second indictment was made public Friday.
The state multicounty grand jury indicted Rowland twice Monday. The first indictment was made public Thursday in Tulsa.
Grand jurors allege in the first indictment he groped two female employees from the medical examiner’s Tulsa office. He faces four felony counts of sexual battery in Tulsa.
Rowland, who is married, denies the charges. He quit as chief investigator in February, writing in a resignation letter "the stress of investigating death is one that no lay person can begin to comprehend.