A Broward County, Florida judge ruled Friday that openly gay deputy Jonathan Bleiweiss will be allowed to go to Oregon until his trial, the Sun Sentinel reported.

Bleiweiss, 29, is accused of intimidating undocumented men, most of whom were in their late teens or early 20s, into performing sexual acts after the 7-year veteran deputy pulled them over during routine traffic stops. He is also accused of stalking some of the men after they stopped returning his calls.

Judge Michael Gates agreed to allow Bleiweiss to stay in Oregon with his father and set bail at $250,000.

Bleiweiss was arrested in August when he plead not guilty to two charges of sexual abuse. An additional five charges were added in November. One more case is left to be arraigned.

Bleiweiss' attorney has argued that there is no physical evidence to convict his client.

Prosecutors added new charges to the original complaint against Bleiweiss after investigators searched his home, where they discovered police and law enforcement records on nearly 30 men hidden inside a wooden chest in the bedroom. The printouts of photos and personal information included Bleiweiss' personal comments, such as “HOT JEEP GUY” and “HOT GUY IN TOYOTA ECHO.”

In March 2008, Bleiweiss was named Oakland Park Employee of the Year and honored during a City Hall ceremony. Bleiweiss' assigned beat included a large gay population.