Naked pictures get Houston Police Department sergeant demoted

Stacey Suro's graphic images at center of inve­stigation


A former sergeant at the Houston Police Department has been demoted because of naked pictures she allegedly posted online.

An attorney with the Houston Police Officers Union' attorney confirmed the news on Tuesday, saying Stacey Suro accepted the police chief's recommendation for demotion.

The demotion means Suro is now an officer and will no longer patrol the streets of west Houston. Instead, she will work inside the department's property room near downtown.

The decision follows a five month internal affairs investigation after she posted photos on 

The investigation into Suro's online activity started last September. Sources said that's when HPD learned Suro had posted nearly 100 pictures, some of them nude, on the modeling site. Other images appear to depict Suro in fetish, bondage and other compromising positions.

Suro has since taken her information down. Before the content was removed, KPRC-TV Houston found a bio in which Suro called herself "Tessoro." She clearly stated she was a model and was charging photographers for work.

According to the department's conduct policy, "Employees shall exhibit professional conduct at all times and shall not engage in any activity, including unlawful activity that would degrade or bring disrespect upon the employee or the department."

Her attorney said she accepts responsibility for her decisions. A police source said the demotion will likely come with a significant pay cut for the 20 year veteran.

Police Chief Charles McClelland would not address the case on camera in October.

Instead, McClelland released a statement saying that the department was aware of the allegations but he could not comment until the investigation was completed. 

KPRC reported department officials have not yet confirmed the punishment.

Stacey Suro Photos


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