The sex was consensual and certainly it is nothing that George needs to set his hooks into, right George?
Alvarez cover up for Villagomez and who else?
Judges, Powerful People, family, and sexual deviants.
Smith was given the opportunity to quash; then he would have been compromised in the future to cover up like Alvarez did and most likely ....
CORPUS CHRISTI — Supporters of Police Chief Bryan Smith addressed the city council Tuesday asking that he stay as the city’s top officer.
After hearing evidence, a grand jury on Friday decided not to indict Smith on an accusation that he sexually assaulted an ex-girlfriend on April 21.
Smith has been on leave, using his accrued vacation time since his accuser told police investigators why she was at area hospital that Smith had sexually assaulted her. City Manager Skip Noe is deciding what his future employment status will be.
Smith, 46, in a prepared statement and through his attorney, denied the allegations and is on voluntary paid leave until the city’s investigation is complete.
Smith’s parents, Hugh and Eleanor, his fiancé, Patricia Zavodsky, and her parents attended the city council meeting but did not speak before the council.
Zavodsky said later the couple still is engaged and they are making wedding plans.
“Of course we’re behind Bryan 100 percent and want him to get back to work as soon as possible,” she said, speaking for herself and their parents.
Kelly Knight, one of six who spoke on Smith’s behalf, said he has been a advocate for all crime victims, and worked specifically on her behalf to keep the man who pushed her off a balcony behind bars.
“Bryan Smith is honest and compassionate and extremely important to the city of Corpus Christi,” she said.
Joan Veith called Smith a good friend and said the grand jury represented the legal side of the issue and found no fault.
“I would hate to see anyone with such innovative ideas for our police department be swept aside because of perhaps an indiscretion,” she said. “He should be kept as chief of police because he is law enforcement. He has it in his heart, mind and soul and we don’t want to throw that out.”