SAPD: Bexar Deputies Threatened to 'Kill People' After Night at Bar

Apparently at least a couple of Bexar County Sheriff's Deputies don't may much attention to commands issued by their boss, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports

Just last Tuesday, Sheriff Javier Salazar held a news conference where he spelled out a plan to cut down on alcohol abuse by his deputies.  Earlier that morning, a deputy had been pulled over for DWI in northwest San Antonio, the latest in a number of Bexar County deputies who have had run ins involving alcohol this year.  The Sheriff also displayed posters declaring 'this badge was earned, not given..don't let one drink take it away.'

But apparently, a couple of deputies didn't get the memo.

According to San Antonio Police, two men identifying themselves as deputies and flashing Sheriff's department badges were drinking at a northwest side bar the day after Salazar's comments.  The police report says after the men were asked to leave, one of them allegedly 'threatened to shoot up the place' and 'kill people.'

The police report claims one of the deputies offered a woman $20 for 'services,' presumably involving sexual activity.

No criminal charges have been filed, but both SAPD and the BCSO are investigating the incident.

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