Police officer suspended after allegedly violating department policies

LAREDO, TX (KGNS) - The District Attorney's Office confirms that the charge which led to Officer Pablo Daniel Rodriguez's suspension was for enticing a child, which is a class B misdemeanor.

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Laredo Police Department says they can not confirm that or go into further detail on the matter.

To clarify, the officer has not been arrested.

Below is the original story:

An extensive investigation leads to one Laredo Police officer being placed on suspension.

This is the only explanation given to members of the media about Officer Pablo Daniel Rodriguez.

According to the department, he was found in violation of several department policies as a result of September 16th. When KGNS asked Police Officials what those policy violations were, the department told us we had to file an open records request.

The Laredo Morning Times is reporting that the officer was accused of allegedly sending inappropriate texts to a minor. When LPD was asked about that they said they could not confirm it or go into detail on the matter.

The information was turned into the District Attorney’s Office who submitted an arrest warrant to a judge for signature, but according to the article, that judge declined to sign off on a warrant for his arrest.

The identity of the judge is not known.