The call was from a woman who originally needed help during a domestic dispute.
She called 911 again, but this time to accuse one of the responding officers of sexually assaulting her.
The Justice of the Peace, Ted Bentley said it was all swept under the rug.
"I like the term corruption," he said.
The victim, not even able to speak English, had a friend make the call and explain how after the woman's husband was arrested for domestic abuse, a deputy came back and assaulted her, threatening her since she is not in the country legally.
"He took her to her room and tried to touch her body," said the woman on the 911 tape. "He tell her, 'You illegal you're not legal here.'"
Bentley said her status as a citizen is meaningless.
"It wouldn't matter to me if she were a prostitute, she has rights," Bentley said. "She was done dirty, and it was totally covered up and no one is making an effort to do anything about it."
Sheriff Scott Montgomery took a statement from the woman, accusing the deputy of inappropriately touching her.
He added that the sheriff's office investigated the assault and followed protocol.
"As soon as the complaint came in, I put the deputy on suspension," Montgomery said. "That's just department policy."
The deputy was also administered a polygraph test, which came back inconclusive after he hesitated when asked whether he had touched the woman.
"The deputy said, 'I'm 64,. I don't have to put up with this. I'm retiring.'" Montgomery said.
Montgomery believes Bentley has a score to settle with the county.
"It's a personal vendetta," Montgomery said.
Bentley refuted that claim.
"I've never been arrested by him," Bentley said. "None of my family has... Where is my ax to grid? I just want Perry County cleaned up."
The quorum court meets Monday at 7 p.m.