CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago firefighter-EMT Erik Zuma has been indicted on 14 sex assault charges.

The grand jury indictment against Zuma came down on Thursday. An arraignment is scheduled a week from Friday.

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CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reported late last month on how Zuma remained on the job after being accused of raping a woman he knew.

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As a result of our reporting, firefighter-EMT Erik Zuma has been removed from field responsibilities within the Fire Department.

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