Fired SAPD detective who said mistress was out to ruin his career loses his appeal
A San Antonio police detective fired in 2019 after being charged with family violence has lost his bid to be reinstated after an arbitrator this week said the evidence in the case supported the chief’s decision to terminate him.
Lawyer in charge of prosecuting SAPD detective went on to represent mistress after charges were dropped
Months after a special prosecutor agreed not to move forward with family violence and burglary charges against a fired San Antonio police detective, she was hired to represent the alleged victim, his mistress, in a separate case, the KSAT 12 Defenders confirmed Friday.
Fired SAPD detective says mistress was out to ruin his career, but evidence presented at arbitration contradicts that
After attorneys for fired San Antonio police detective Daniel Pue attempted to paint his mistress as malicious and out to ruin his career on Friday, attorneys for the city of San Antonio presented one piece of evidence after another showing how she tried do the opposite.
Mistress in fired SAPD detective arbitration showed signs of ‘battered women’s syndrome,’ witness testifies
Daniel Pue was a good detective with a messy personal life, and when those two worlds collided, he was unfairly targeted by his own department, Pue stated in evidence presented Thursday during the third day of his arbitration hearing.
Deputies describe ‘distraught,’ bloodied woman during first day of arbitration for fired SAPD detective
A San Antonio police detective fired more than two years ago following a family violence arrest continued his quest to win reinstatement Tuesday after his arbitration hearing kicked off following multiple delays.
‘My mugshot is going to go out on the news’: Fired SAPD detective worried about publicity during family violence arrest
Days before a fired San Antonio police detective is scheduled for arbitration, records obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders show he was worried about negative publicity and claimed the only reason he was in custody for family violence was because he was a cop.
Officers more likely to commit violence once given the right to unionize, research shows
Municipal police officers in the state, who already had the right to unionize prior to the court decision, served as a control group. An incident report states the neighbor told dispatchers he saw a man punching a woman in the face while he stood over her. Pue, the report states, responded "No!" The report states Pue was taken into custody after deputies threatened to use a Taser on him if he didn't comply with their demands. Additionally, the report states Pue communicated with the woman using his city-issued phone on at least three occasions in September 2018.
SAPD detective fired weeks after family violence charge dismissed
SAN ANTONIO - A San Antonio police detective accused of drunkenly punching his girlfriend in January was fired last month, weeks after a family violence charge from the incident was dismissed, records show. The report states Pue was taken into custody after deputies threatened to use a Taser on him if he didn't comply with their demands. Records show that Pue told deputies and officers that he didn't fight the woman. Pue told authorities the woman had come to his home to "cause problems" between him and another unidentified person. Case dismissedOnline records show the family violence charge against Pue was dismissed May 10 after the victim signed a waiver of prosecution.