Bexar sheriff's deputy arrested on DWI, tased twice
Deputy Susanna Cervantes was arrested Thursday night
A Bexar County Sheriff’s deputy is under investigation after she was arrested Thursday night on multiple charges.
The deputy, Susanna Cervantes, a 35-year-old detention officer, was booked on charges including suspicion of DWI, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.
According to the San Antonio Police department, an SAPD officer watched Cervantes pull into a parking lot near Braun Road and Loop 1604 and immediately run into two concrete barriers in front of a propane tank.
Then, she backed up, and hit them again.
The officer ran over, tried to get Cervantes out of the car, but she fought back.
The officer then used a stun gun on her, but she pulled the prongs out and continued to struggle.
The officer used the stun gun on her a second time and that time, she finally went down.
Cervantes was the second local law enforcement officer arrested Thursday.
San Antonio Police Department Officer Curtis W. Lundy, 36, was charged with theft of honest services by wire fraud.
Lundy was accused of taking $500 from a man he had detained for possession of marijuana in exchange for holding off on filing charges against the man.
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