Former Bexar County deputy arrested again after violating bond conditions in family violence case

Justin Storlie arrested minutes after resigning from BCSO, sheriff says

SAN ANTONIO – A former Bexar County deputy was arrested Friday minutes after he handed in his resignation, Sheriff Javier Salazar said.

Justin Storlie, a 35-year-old detention corporal, was arrested for violating bond conditions related to a pending family violence charge against him, Salazar said.

In May, Storlie was placed on administrative leave for an assault investigation, but he was not arrested in connection with the case.

On June 10, Storlie was arrested by San Antonio police after he pulled out a gun and threatened to kill a woman. 

When Storlie was released from jail, part of his bond conditions included a no-contact order with the woman in the case.

But on Aug. 18, Pleasanton police were called to a family disturbance involving Storlie and the same woman, Salazar said. It's unclear if Storlie will face charges related to that call. 

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Internal affairs investigators asked Storlie to meet Friday, where he handed in his resignation. Soon after he did, deputies arrested Storlie for the bond violation.

"For some reason, this young man can't get it through his head that there are consequences for his actions," Salazar said.

Storlie had been with the sheriff's office since July 2014.

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