A Kansas police officer victimized ‘countless’ women, lawyers say. The state hinders them from suing
During a 2020 deposition, Ophelia Williams alleged under oath that former Kansas City, Kansas, police Detective Roger Golubski sexually assaulted her in 1999 in this home where she lived with her four children. - Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/TNS

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Two women who say they were sexually abused by longtime Kansas City, Kansas, police detective Roger Golubski have expressed interest in suing — if only state law would let them. One of the women, Ophelia Williams, said she awoke early on an August 1999 morning as police officers, looking for her teenage sons, banged on the front door of her KCK home. Police said they had a warrant. When she let them in, the officers arrested her twins, who were 14, and searched bedrooms, the basement and garage. It was then, as she stood in her living room in a nightgown, that Golubski intro...