Settlement reached in two misconduct cases against San Diego Deputy

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) --  On Monday a settlement was reached in two cases against San Diego Sheriff's Deputy Richard Fischer. Those settlements come to a total of more than $400,000. 

10News has been covering the story since November when a victim shared her story with Reporter Steve Fiorina. The Sheriff's Department opened an investigation into Fischer last fall after a woman claimed he groped her while responding to a service call.

The investigation then expanded to more than a dozen incidents against Fischer dating back to 2015.

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The 32-year-old deputy is on unpaid leave and out on bail pending criminal court cases. At his February arraignment in a Vista courtroom, Fischer pleaded not guilty to all charges. He will have a hearing later this month.

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*This is a developing story. 10News is working to interview one of Fischer's accusers for 10News at 11 p.m. Tuesday. 

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