A San Antonio man who pretended to be a Texas police officer while demanding free sex from a prostitute has been sentenced to 35 years in prison.
On Monday, August 7, a San Antonio judged sentenced Raul Garza III, age 42.
Garza was convicted of “felony impersonation of a public servant” by a jury. This wasn’t his first conviction; previously, Garza had been convicted of burglary and robbery, according to public records.
Last year, while Garza was driving a vehicle similar to a police car, pretended to be a deputy, according to San Antonio prosecutors. Then, he solicited free sex from a prostitute. The hooker obliged, but later called police.
The reason she called police: she alleges he requested sexy photos of her 10-year-old daughter. Even hookers have boundaries.
Garza denied impersonating an officer and claims that he simply refused to pay the prostitute.