You would think a top cop would know better, but Lupe Valdez, the Dallas County Sheriff who stepped down to run for governor of Texas, misplaced her department-loaned Beretta 92, according to reports.
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The department issued Valdez the handgun in Oct. 3, 2011, when her personal firearm, also a Beretta 92, “sustained a malfunction,” according to the police report obtained by The Dallas Morning News. Law required the former sheriff to return the 9mm handgun before her Dec. 31, 2017, resignation.
Police filed a report because due to the possibility of the gun reaching a criminal’s hands. The report stated, “It is likely that this weapon could have been stolen or misplaced during Sheriff Valdez’s moving transition.”
Raul Reyna, Dallas County Sheriff’s Department spokesman, said that Valdez is working with the department to locate the pistol. The investigation is …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life