During the week of June 10, 2013, Ocean City police detectives began investigating an alleged sex offense which occurred on June 8, 2013. Police met with a 20-year-old female victim who advised that she had come to Ocean City with several other persons and was sexually assaulted by one of them, who was later identified as Luis M. Calderon, 25, of Gaithersburg, MD.
Investigators determined that on June 7, Calderon came to Ocean City with his fiancé and other friends, including the victim. When the group arrived at their rented condominium the victim and others in the group started consuming various alcoholic beverages and became intoxicated. The victim told police that she remembers going to sleep in one of the bedrooms where she was later sexually assaulted by Calderon.
On July 16, OCPD detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Calderon charging him with second degree sex offense, third degree sex offense, fourth degree sexual contact, sodomy, and second degree assault.
On August 11, 2013, the outstanding arrest warrant for Calderon was served by authorities in Montgomery County, Maryland. Calderon was later released after posting bond.