SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A Texas police officer is accused of raping a handcuffed 19-year-old woman in the back of his patrol car.

San Antonio's police chief told reporters over the weekend he was "angry" and "outraged" after Officer Jackie Len Neal was arrested Saturday on a sexual assault warrant.

According to an arrest affidavit, Neal asked the woman to step out of her vehicle early Friday after following her for several blocks.

The affidavit says Neal told the woman her vehicle had been reported stolen. The document says the woman produced a sales slip, but Neal patted her down, ignoring a request for a woman to do that.

The affidavit says Neal placed the woman in handcuffs and raped her in the back of his car.

"I can't express in words how disappointed and angry I am about this. I am at a loss for words," Chief William McManus told reporters over the weekend, according to the San Antonio Express-News. "I am outraged. This is a punch in the eye to the Police Department."

Neal was released from jail later Saturday. A listed phone number for Neal was disconnected, and court records listing an attorney were not immediately available.