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Fired San Antonio police officer indicted after sharing confidential info with known felon

SAN ANTONIO – A fired San Antonio police officer is now dealing with prison prices, based on the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office.

Former officer Ronaldo Segovia, who was terminated by the division in October 2019, was indicted Tuesday on two counts of misusing public data, based on a information launch.

“This case was brought to our office by the San Antonio Police Department. After a thorough review, the case was presented to a Grand Jury which returned a true bill of indictment,” mentioned Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales.

Segovia is accused of offering privileged automobile registration data to Arthur Perez, a “convicted felon and known criminal,” officers allege. The data was shared “with intent to harm or defraud” the person whose data was shared, based on the information launch.


In the second rely of the indictment, Segovia is accused of constructing a false assertion in regards to the case to a San Antonio police detective, based on the information launch.

Segovia had a historical past of problematic habits earlier than he was fired from the police division, information confirmed.

In the identical month he obtained his indefinite suspension, Segovia was additionally handed a 30-day suspension for failing to report an alleged assault involving former Officer Kenneth Moreno, who was arrested in May 2019 on stalking prices.

In January 2019, KSAT 12 News additionally obtained disciplinary paperwork displaying a 40-day suspension towards Segovia. In that case, Segovia — who was off-duty on the time — needed to be handcuffed in a disturbance name as a result of he was combative with officers as they had been conducting an investigation.


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