Dispatcher Krystle Perez’s husband breaks his silence and shares a plethora of explicit texts his wife sent to seven fellow cops
911 DISPATCHER Krystle Perez’s husband has broken his silence and shared multiple explicit texts his wife sent to seven police officers when she was suspended from her job.
Giancarlo Perez reportedly spotted the text message on his wife’s phone, prompting an investigation.
The messages were exchanged between Krystle and up to seven other police officers, dispatchers and other personnel at the Bexar County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office.
It was revealed in the lyrics that some of those involved may have engaged in sexual activity.
An investigation is underway to determine if any of these activities took place while employees were on the watch.
However, action has already been taken to discipline some of those involved.
According to local NBC affiliate NEWS4SA, Krystle, Sargent Renaldo Salinas and Rep. Juan Leal have been placed on unpaid leave.
“Your conduct was apparently found, according to the investigation, to be egregious enough that we would issue these proposed terminations,” Sheriff Javier Salazar said.
Krystle’s husband Giancarlo told the outlet he was “distraught.”
“She was the love of my life and it was very upsetting, heartbreaking, I was in disbelief,” Giancarlo said.
“They use emojis to point out body parts, they talk about kissing, making out and these sexual connections,” he said of the messages he found and delivered in December.
The texts sourced by NEWS4SA are sexually explicit and many are unfit for publication, the outlet said.
However, some have been shared publicly.
Sargent Salinas to Dispatcher Perez: ‘I feel so hot and sexy when I…’
Perez: “I can feel it all and I love it”
Salinas: “We need another hotel day”.
Deputy Leal to Dispatcher Perez: “I can’t wait for us to get naked and fondle each other and then kiss all over.”
Another wife, Jessica Jarvis, told the outlet that she is divorcing her husband Jason, who was also being disciplined.
According to the outlet, he received a proposed 30-day suspension.
“These are people who are supposed to protect us, serve us and make sure the community is safe, and instead they’re busy arranging things, they’re busy making appointments to basically have sexual relationships,” he said jessica