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Police officer involved in wife swap, ends in gunfire

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Olmos Park police officer Frankie Salazar, was allegedly involved in an attempted wife swap that ended up in violence My San Antonio reported on Dec. 3. A witness said that the officer and Jesus Edward Guitron had been planning on switching sexual partners for quite some time. The only problem was that one of the women didn't know about the wife swap and the other didn't feel right about it.

Guitron and a woman went to Salazar's house to have drinks on Saturday. When she walked into the bedroom, Salazar followed her and began kissing her, but she didn't feel right and pushed him away.

Then another woman walked in to the bedroom and became angry with Salazar for not telling her about his wife swapping plan. When they began arguing, the first woman left the bedroom and tried to get Guitron to leave with her.

Unfortunately they didn't leave early enough because the two men got involved in a fistfight over the failed wife swap. He then instructed one of the women to get his gun and whens he returned, Guitron had him in a neck hold. She ended up shooting at him "just to scare him" but wasn't sure if she shot him or not. Then she changed her story and said she couldn't remember if she shot the gun at all.

But that wasn't the end of the fight. Guitron and his partner tried to leave, but before they could Frankie Salazar shot him three times. The victim has bullet wounds to his chest, right hand and possibly his pinky finger. At the time of publishing, he is in critical but stable condition at the San Antonio Military Medical Center.

Salazar's Glock .22 pistol has been confiscated and he is being charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He has been released on a $50,000 bond and has been placed on leave with pay pending administrative action.



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