Schertz detective who used false information to raid home of Zekee Rayford will not be suspended
In a text message sent to Willborn Martinez wrote that he felt horrible about the mistake. “I promise you that’s not the normal,” wrote Martinez, according to internal affairs records. Ad“In my professional experience, this is not an uncommon practice for officers preparing a search warrant by including some paragraphs or statements recycled from a previous warrant,” wrote Schertz Police Captain Manny Casas. Like anything else, if proper proofreading protocols are not followed, unfortunate errors may occur,” wrote Schertz Director of Public Affairs Linda Klepper. Likening the execution of a search warrant to a press release insults citizens’ intelligence.