911 Dispatcher Suspended After Husband Finds Sexual Text Messages Between Her And 7 Police Officers

A Texas dispatcher has been placed on unpaid leave after her husband caught her sexting seven police officers, including three she was having affairs with, the New York Post reported.

Krystle Perez, an overnight dispatcher at the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office in San Antonio, has been placed on unpaid leave after her husband, Giancarlo Perez, discovered hundreds of sexually explicit messages between her and seven police officers. Sgt. Renaldo Salinas, Deputy Juan Leal, and Deputy Jason Jarvis have also been suspended and may be facing termination, after it was revealed that they had been sleeping with Perez.

“Their conduct apparently according to the investigation was found to be egregious enough to where we would issue those proposed terminations,” Sheriff Javier Salazar explained.

After finding the text messages between his wife and the seven officers, Giancarlo Perez immediately provided proof to the sheriff’s office, launching an internal investigation. The jilted husband then shared some of the text threads with a local news station, which reported that most of the exchanges were too explicit to share.

“I feel so hott and sexy when im in you,” Sgt Salinas wrote to Perez.
“I can feel it — all of it — and I love it,” the dispatcher replied..

“We need another hotel day,” the sergeant wrote, to which she replied: “Yes!!!!!!!”

Screenshots show that Deputy Leal also texted to Perez, saying, “I can’t wait for us to be naked and us caressing each other and then kissing each other ALL OVER!!!!”

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