Deputy Amy Price was relieved of her duties June 27, following a complaint filed against her by Bandera County resident Brett Day. On June 25, Day arrived at his Lakehills home to find his wife, sheriff's dispatcher Kimberly Day, hosting a gathering-of-sorts with sheriff's deputy David Moore, Price, another sheriff's dispatcher and her husband, and Texas Ranger Lance Coleman.
According to Chief Deputy Don Berger, Day found his wife in a "compromising position" with another individual present. After taking photographs, a disturbance reportedly broke out between Brett and Kimberly Day, Moore and Price. Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a 9-1-1 call issued by Day at approximately 2:30 a.m.
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Berger said that nobody was arrested because the victim, Day, could not be found. Investigators made contact with him June 26, at his parents' San Antonio home. Day told Sheriff's Lieutenant Alan Tucker that he was reluctant to return to Bandera County because he feared retaliation from sheriff's deputies, but wanted to pursue charges and agreed to provide the pictures he took as evidence.
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Next time you think you've had a rough day, consider what this man went through: