A long time back, she openly imparted her story to the media: A previous Miami-Dade cop who went through a few orientation insistence medical procedures at another LGBTQ facility.
Diana Elizabeth Guevara was captured recently in Citrus County on charges she attacked adolescent young men.
Guevara, 33, has been accused of communicating hurtful materials to minors, unlawful sexual action with minors and vulgar and prurient battery,
As per a new public statement from the Citrus County Sheriff's Office.
"Guevara controlled the youthful casualties for this situation and afterward exploited them," Sheriff Mike Prendergast said in a proclamation.
"She had the option to encourage a relationship with one casualty, and recognize her next casualties through them, showing an example of savage way of behaving.
It was muddled Saturday if Guevara, stayed imprisoned in Citrus County. A call to her phone went to voice message. Her guard lawyer did promptly return a solicitation for input.
As per police, the parent of an underage casualty called police in June after it was learned Guevara had been sending unequivocal photographs and recordings to them via web-based entertainment.
Criminal investigator Tony Ricci talked with two casualties who said they'd had "sexual movement" with Guevara" at her home and got unequivocal pictures from her, police said.
"I realized I ticked in an unexpected way, yet I didn't have the foggiest idea how," she said. "Then, at that point, I sorted it out. 'Goodness! I'm trans.' "
Police say she gave shifting ages to her casualties.
As per a court order documented in circuit court, one of the male casualties recognized Guevara as a "transsexual female"
who sent him unequivocal Snapchat recordings and professed to be 23 years of age before their unlawful sexual action.
Instant messages certified the experience, the warrant said.
Guevara, of Iverness, professed to be 17 years of age, and frequently had young men over to her condo to play computer games, the warrant said.