A sergeant with the Houston Police Department has been relieved of duty pending the outcome of an investigation into some risqué photos she plastered on Model-Mayhem.com.
The investigation into Sgt. Stacey Suro's online activity started last Wednesday. Sources said that's when the higher ups at HPD learned Suro had posted nearly 100 pictures -- some of them nude -- on the modeling site.
KSAT's sister station, KPRC in Houston, obtained some photos that depict Suro in fetish, bondage and other compromising positions.
Suro has since taken the link down. But before she did, KPRC found her bio where she called herself "Tessoro." She clearly stated she was a model and was charging photographers for work. Sources told KPRC that many of her subordinates have seen these photos.
The department's policy on conduct states: "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."
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland released a statement saying that the department is aware of the allegations but he could not comment until the investigation is completed.