ALAMO HEIGHTS-- UTSA announced on Monday afternoon the termination of former Vice President for University Communications David Gabler, who currently faces charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Clint Glenny, Gabler's defense attorney, said he looks forward to proving his client's innocence in court.
Alamo Heights police said they'll soon learn whether or not there could be more victims. An expert with the U.S. Secret Service is reviewing computers seized from Gabler's house.
"If there's anybody else that has dealings with the suspect as a victim, please come forward and let us know," Sgt. Tim Vitacco said.
Sgt. Vitacco said they have video from their in-car patrol camera of the initial contact.
Police reports say investigators collected a condom, underwear and other items used in sexual activity. It goes on to say the suspect is linked to the victim via cell phone. Detectives collected DNA evidence from the suspect and the victim.
Every single piece of electronic Gabler had in his home is also part of evidence and possibly his work computer as well.
KENS 5 has learned his work computer was "secured" by UTSA law enforcement as part of the investigation.
In the affidavit there are graphic details of the alleged aggravated sexual assault.
According to the affidavit, "The victim admitted that he had initially met the suspected party on an internet chat. After exchanging messages they then provided their mobile numbers to each other and continued the conversation by text messages. During the messaging, the victim told the suspected party that he was 15 years of age and wanted to engage in sexual activity with the suspected party."