Earlier that night, after the five women came back to the room and went to sleep, the affidavit said, one woman said she felt a hand repeatedly feeling up her leg, once moving toward her genitals and once touching her breast and she shoved it away each time. She then saw a cell phone light and the door to room open, she told police.
The five women also discovered that one of their cellphones was missing and, knowing no one else had a key, the five went to the hotel staff and police were called to the scene.
One of the women confronted Utrera, who denied any wrongdoing. She said in the affidavit that Utrera left the hotel once police were called.
When an officer later visited Utrera at his home, a hotel key was found in one of his pockets, police said. The officer had intended to see if the key worked on the women’s room, but the hotel manager had already deactivated the fifth key.
Utrera denied taking any property, the affidavit said.
Utrera was in Travis County Jail on Tuesday with bail set at $60,000 and $30,000 for two burglary charges and bail set at a total of $6,000 for two charges of marijuana possession, jail records show.
The judge who set the terms of his release also has prohibited Utrera from coming within 200 yards of the hotel.