On March 18th the attorney for ex- Bexar County inmate, Rodolfo Carrazco, filed a federal lawsuit against the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office. The lawsuits claims that deputies were operating a… Continue reading "Lawsuit Filed Against Sheriff’s Office for Operating a Fight Club"
Category: In the News
Deputy Ryan Ferrell dodged a bullet when he was involved in a hazing incident that showed members of the Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) holding down another officer, at a… Continue reading "Deputy Gets a Second Chance, Blows It"
In August of 2018, Sgt. Wesley Anderson of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office was at an HEB while off duty. According to the KSAT 12 article Anderson thought the individual… Continue reading "BCSO Sergeant Being Terminated for Assault"
Delaware State Trooper, Corporal O’Neil, is under investigation for an incident that occurred during a traffic stop. Mack Buckley was on his way to see his mother when he was… Continue reading "A Drawn Gun for a Traffic Stop?"
On March 4th the State Bar of Texas determined that ex-D.A. Nico La Hood was guilty of professional misconduct when he threatened a defense attorney. Nico La Hood and Attorney… Continue reading "Professional Misconduct by Nico La Hood"
San Antonio Police Officer, Elizabeth Montoya, was placed on indefinite suspension because of two different incidents. In the most recent incident Officer Montoya was verbally abusive towards a homeless man,… Continue reading "SAPD Officers Punches Pregnant Woman"
The turnover in the Sheriff’s Administrative staff is crazy. In this latest round Salazar has forced Chief Deputy Don Tijerina to resign and tried to do the same to Deputy… Continue reading "Sheriff Salazar Fires Chief Vela"
Though it’s not official yet, only because the report has not been released, the Bexar County Jail has failed the state inspection. The Sheriff tried to anticipate any problems and… Continue reading "Bexar County Jail Fails State Inspection"
Here we go again. Sheriff Salazar has found someone else he is impressed with to run the jail. This is his fourth selection of a supposedly impressive candidate. I still… Continue reading "Another “Impressive” Selection by Sheriff Salazar"
On Saturday, February 16, Bexar County deputies assisted other agencies with a clean-up in the far northeast side of the city. It seems the Sheriff’s Office mislead the reporters at… Continue reading "We Must be Getting Close to Campaigning Season"
On Friday, February 22nd, MySanAntonio.com published an astounding opinion piece on Sheriff Salazar. With all the problems that the jail has been experiencing since Salazar took over MySa wrote an… Continue reading "Rebuttal to MySanAntonio.com Article"
The City of Glendale Arizona is being sued after a July 2017 incident in which police officers used unnecessary force and highly questionable tactics. Johnny Wheatcraft was in a vehicle… Continue reading "Arizona Police Officers Use Excessive Force with Tasers"
It feels like every day Sheriff Javier Salazar shows us how over his head he is. When he first took over the Sheriff’s Office he appointed a man who had… Continue reading "Sheriff Salazar Reinstates Chief Vela"
Here’s some more good advice from the California attorneys known as the Pot Brothers. If police have stopped you for a traffic stop I would recommend you follow the advice… Continue reading "The Pot Brothers on Traffic Stops"
February 13th, California Police were called to a Taco Bell. A man was had fallen asleep in his car in the drive-thru. Police attempted to wake Willie McCoy, known as… Continue reading "California Police Kill Man Asleep in Car"
On January 29th Houston Police Officers raided the house of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas. According to Houston P.D., Tuttle was selling brown tar cocaine and had a 9 mm… Continue reading "What Happened to Dennis Tuttle?"
This is just beyond crazy. We can’t even keep up with all the problems coming out of the Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office now has its third erroneous release for… Continue reading "Another Error, Another Erroneous Release"
You almost can’t be surprised anymore at the degree of incompetence coming out of the Sheriff’s Office. On January 17, the jail sent Johnny Villalobos to the Garza West unit… Continue reading "Sheriff’s Office Sends Wrong Man to TDC"
On January 15, the Bexar County jail accidentally let a man go who had an ICE hold. The state charges against the man had already been addressed. The only thing… Continue reading "Erroneous Release from the Bexar County Jail"
Two Bexar County deputies were drinking at Deol’s Sports Bar & Grill on December 12. The deputies were causing problems by flashing their badges and trying to tell people what… Continue reading "Bexar County Deputies Threaten Bar Patrons"
Chucky, a 5 year old Belgian Malinois, was shot and killed on Friday, the 25th, after he was sent to try to subdue an individual. That’s the official line. The… Continue reading "BCSO K-9 Killed in Line of Duty"