With all of the bizarre sexual promiscuity that is taking place in our culture, this one doesn’t come as a surprise. A Texas police officer made a deal to wife swap, with a friend, for a sexual encounter. When one of the wives wanted out of the deal, the situation turned uglier than it already was, ending with the two men in a fist fight and the officer shooting the other man several times.
Olmos Park Police Officer Frankie Salazar, 29, allegedly had been talking to a male friend of his, Jesus Edward Guitron, 33, for months about swapping wives, according to a female witness.
It appears that Guitron and his wife went to Salazar’s home for drinks. One of the women had gone into the bedroom and that is when Salazar followed her, came up behind her and began kissing her.
Feeling it was inappropriate, the woman pushed Salazar away and left the room. Salazar’s wife, 29, became angry, not knowing what was going on and furious that her husband had not told her of his plans.
As the two argued, Guitron and his wife attempted to leave. That’s when Salazar and Guitron got into a fist fight and Salazar told his wife to get his gun.
Somewhere between the times the fight started and Salazar obtained his weapon, Guitron and his wife made another attempt to leave, only thing time Salazar fired three shots from his Glock 22 pistol.
Police were called just after 3:30am and Guitron was taken to Military Medical Center in San Antonio, where he was in critical, but stable condition with bullet wounds to the chest and right hand.
Salazar was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and was later released on $50,000 bail. His firearm was also confiscated. Salazar has also been suspended without pay and will face a district judge in January.
“There’s information that some of the parties agreed to exchange sexual partners,” said San Antonio Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Javier Salazar. “At some point during the evening’s events, somebody changed their mind and there was a disagreement.”
“We have an officer that made a mistake, made a bad judgment,” Olmos Park Police Chief Fritz Bohne said. “And as I tried to tell kids that want to get into law enforcement, be careful about your decisions because decisions have long-term consequences.”
Bohne just hired Salazar in January. All things point to the fact that perhaps Chief Bohne “made a mistake” and a “bad judgment” regarding Salazar. I’ll leave you with some words of wisdom:
“Can a man take fire to his bosom, and his clothes not be burned? Can one walk on hot coals, and his feet not be seared? So is he who goes in to his neighbor’s wife; whoever touches her shall not be innocent.
People do not despise a thief if he steals to satisfy himself when he is starving. Yet when he is found, he must restore sevenfold; he may have to give up all the substance of his house.
Whoever commits adultery with a woman lacks understanding; he who does so destroys his own soul. Wounds and dishonor he will get, and his reproach will not be wiped away.”
Tim Brown is the Editor of Freedom Outpost.