San Antonio police officer fired for sending 'personal and inappropriate' photographs
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A San Antonio police officer is out of a job following an investigation into his behavior, according to suspension records.

Javier Perales Jr. was handed his indefinite suspension on Jan. 31. According to the document, Perales sent personal and "inappropriate" photographs through text messages and Facebook to a woman for nearly a year, from Nov. 16, 2016 to Aug. 5, 2017.

RELATED: Records: Disgraced San Antonio SVU detective worked off-duty without permission

The document did not detail what type of photographs were sent. Part of the records were redacted.

"Officer Perales's actions did not conform to the ordinary and reasonable rules of good conduct and behavior and brought reproach and discredit on himself and the San Antonio Police Department," the document states.

Fares Sabawi covers crime in San Antonio and Bexar County for mySA.com. Read more of his stories here. | fsabawi@mysa.com

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