A 20-year-old police inspector from the Chugoku Shikoku Regional Police Academy, who was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a woman in her 58s who met on a dating app, was re-arrested for sexually assaulting another teenage woman after making her write a "letter of apology" stating that she would not engage in prostitution. In response to the investigation, he denied the charges, saying, "I did not sexually assault."

The suspect who was re-arrested is Koichi Iwamoto (58), a police inspector who served as the head of the guidance department at the Chugoku Shikoku Regional Police Academy.

According to the police, Police Superintendent Iwamoto is suspected of kidnapping an obscene kidnapping of a teenage woman he met on a dating app in his car in October and taking her to a hotel in Hiroshima City by saying, "I'm going to take you to a hotel because my boss says to bring me," and sexual assault at the hotel.

He was also re-arrested on suspicion of extortion for forcing him to write a "letter of apology" stating that he would not engage in prostitution before sexual assault.

The police inspector revealed that he was a police officer to the woman in the car on the way to the hotel, and said that he would be strictly cautioned if he had a relationship with her, and then sexually assaulted her.

According to the police, Superintendent Iwamoto denied the charges, saying, "There is no doubt that I made him write a letter of apology, but I did not force him, and I did not kidnap or sexually assault him."

The police inspector was arrested and charged last month for sexually assaulting a woman in her 10s in September.