Deputy constable under investigation for sharing naked screenshot of co-worker, US warrant shows


The warrant shows Solorzano is subject of an internal affair investigation over allegations of sexual harassment, creating hostile work environment and official oppression. — Bloomberg

Four months after allegedly showing one of his bosses a naked picture of a coworker, a Harris County Precinct 3 constable deputy has been suspended and is the subject of a felony criminal investigation.

A search warrant posted on the Harris County District Clerk's website revealed details of department's investigation into Victor Solorzano. The warrant, signed by a district court judge on April 3, sought access to Solorzano's iPhone as part of investigation into invasive video recording.

The warrant shows Solorzano is subject of an internal affair investigation over allegations of sexual harassment, creating hostile work environment and official oppression.

Before the precinct's Christmas party December 15, Solorzano invited a sergeant for drinks, according to the warrant. While drinking, Solorzano showed the sergeant a picture of a naked woman in a shower and identified her as a someone who worked at the department, according to the warrant.

The woman told the department's investigators she and Solorzano had been using FaceTime while she was in a shower, and said that Solorzano had taken a screenshot of their chat without her consent.

Solorzano hadn't been charged with any crime as of Thursday morning.

Precinct 3 Chief Deputy Kirk Bonsal told KPRC that Solorzano had been placed on paid administrative leave and said the "allegations have not been substantiated at this time".

Bonsal didn't return a phone call or respond to an email seeking comment on Thursday. – The Houston Chronicle/Tribune News Service

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