Defenders Debrief: What BCSO is doing to reduce number of deputy DWI arrests
SAN ANTONIO – The Defenders' Dillion Collier joins GMSA@9 to discuss what the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is doing to reduce the number of deputy DWI arrests. “At some point, you just gotta say ‘stop,’ draw the line in the sand, and say ‘we’re not tolerating it anymore,’” said Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar. Salazar, who has repeatedly said he would “cut them out like a cancer” after deputies run afoul of the law, contends that 2018 was the tipping point of having to address drunk-driving issues within the agency’s rank and file. To view the video, click above. Lose your job with BCSO: Sheriff says it’s that simple.
Video: Dillon Collier answers your questions about ‘Broken Blue’ special
Video: Dillon Collier answers your questions about ‘Broken Blue’ specialPublished: January 15, 2020, 11:53 amAfter the Defenders’ 'Broken Blue’ investigative special aired, viewers sent in their questions about police misconduct and disciplinary procedure.
Breakdown Booth: Dillon Collier breaks down coverage on embattled Bexar County constable
Bexar County Precinct 2 Constable Michelle Barrientes Vela and other top officials from her agency charged the county for expensive hotel rooms, meals and a state open records training course but skipped the training itself, public records obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders confirm. Investigative reporter Dillon Collier stepped into the Breakdown Booth to share the story behind the story. What is Breakdown Booth? KSAT News at 9 features a segment called Breakdown Booth, where reporters and KSAT content creators open up about stories that affected them or taught them something important. It offers a closer, more personal look at the issues shaping our community.
Isis Romero, Dillon Collier take questions on KSAT's new series 'Conviction: The Bingo King Murder'
Anchor Isis Romero and Investigative Reporter Dillon Collier answer viewer questions about KSAT's new documentary series, "Conviction: The Bingo King Murder." The groundbreaking series, which investigates the 1998 murder of San Antonio businessman Eddie Garcia and the subsequent conviction of James Legate, aired in primetime on July 23, and the full series can be watched anytime at https://www.ksat.com/conviction. On Sept. 3, 1998, San Antonio businessman Eddie Garcia, who was known as The Bingo King, murdered in his office, and James Legate was arrested, tried and convicted of the crime. Twenty years later, a team of KSAT journalists investigate Legates conviction and shed new light on one of San Antonios most notorious murder cases. Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.