RICHMOND, Texas – Channel 2 Investigates has new details in the case of a Catholic priest accused of sexually abusing multiple victims at churches in which he's worked.
Search warrants were executed in recent months at four locations, including St. John Fisher Church in Richmond. La Rosa-Lopez worked and lived at the church.
Channel 2 Investigates received a copy of the search warrant and the list of items seized from the church.
In the 16 pages of documents, it indicates that law enforcement officials seized a psychological evaluation of La Rosa-Lopez, his journals and multiple photos of children.
La Rosa-Lopez was arrested in September after investigators said a man and woman accused him of abuse while he was assigned to Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Conroe from the late 1990s to early 2000s.
The Shalom Center and Sacred Heart Church in Conroe were also searched.
As Channel 2 Investigates previously reported, La Rosa-Lopez received treatment at the Shalom Center from 2001-2002.
The Shalom Center is a treatment facility for priests and others suffering from psychological problems.
La Rosa-Lopez has been released from jail on bond. He is expected to plead not guilty during his next court appearance in January, KPRC2 has learned.