BRIGHAM CITY -- A former Box Elder County sheriff's deputy faces a felony and 11 misdemeanors, most having to do with allegations of misconduct in 2010.
The Box Elder County Attorney's Office filed custodial sexual misconduct, a third-degree felony, and official misconduct, a class B misdemeanor, against Scott R. Womack on Monday in 1st District Court.
On Tuesday, they filed charges in three more cases against the 36-year-old in Box Elder County Justice Court.
Those cases include three additional counts of official misconduct and three counts of attempted custodial sexual misconduct, as well as a lewdness charge and a charge of unlawful detention, all class B misdemeanors.
Besides those, Womack also was charged with official misconduct in Tremonton City Justice Court in December and in Garland City Justice Court in January.
He has pleaded not guilty to the official misconduct charge in Tremonton but has not entered a plea to the others.
The six cases stem from crimes that the attorney's office believes occurred July 20 and 31, Oct. 1 and 2 and Nov. 15 and 20 in 2010, according to the court documents.
Last year, two women also filed lawsuits against Womack in federal district court in Salt Lake City. They allege he stopped a vehicle they were in, told them they could have a warrant out of Arizona and wanted to check private areas of their bodies for tattoos and piercings.
It's unknown whether the Box Elder charges are related to the lawsuits, though one case shares the same suspected date of offense -- Nov. 20, 2010.
In one of the federal suits, Tammy Reid claims that, on that day, when she was 17, Womack pulled over the car she and other teenagers were riding in, saying it was for a traffic violation.
Womack had three of the girls stand barefoot in the snow and "lift up their shirts and pull their bras away from their bodies," according to the lawsuit.
He then checked the passengers' identification for warrants at his patrol car.
Womack told Reid she had "a heroin violation in Arizona," which she denied, saying she had never been to Arizona and had never used heroin, according to the lawsuit.
Womack then told Reid he could either book her into jail or she could "get in his car and be searched for certain tattoos and piercings," according to the document.
Reid "reluctantly chose" to be searched and removed her clothing as Womack instructed inside his car, according to the lawsuit.
When Womack said he "needed to check for vaginal piercing," she refused, according to the lawsuit.
Reid did not tell anyone about the search until June. That month, she checked to see if there was an outstanding warrant in Arizona and discovered there was not, nor for anyone with a similar name.
Talia Buck, 20, is the other woman who filed a lawsuit against Womack, though none of the Box Elder charges share the Nov. 26, 2010, time frame of her lawsuit.
Buck claims in her lawsuit that Womack also told her that she had a warrant out of Arizona and that he needed to check her private areas for tattoos. She refused.
Womack "became visibly nervous" and left after she said that her mother was on her cellphone and that she wanted to talk to her, according to the lawsuit.
Reid and Buck's lawsuits claim that, before their incidents, several women complained about Womack.
"Each of these women essentially stated that Womack stopped them for a traffic violation, after which Womack claimed to find an arrest warrant for them," Buck's lawsuit reads.
"Womack, on each separate occasion, threatened to arrest the woman if she did not show Womack that she had no tattoo on or in private areas of her body."
Womack was terminated from the sheriff's department in March 2011.
Box Elder County Attorney Steve Hatfield could not be reached for comment.