SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – News 4 WOAI has confirmed that a veteran San Antonio police officer has been suspended indefinitely.
According to the San Antonio Express-News, this isn’t the first time – or even the tenth. According to the paper, Lee Rakun is now suspended indefinitely following allegations he made racial slurs and threatened to fire an off-duty constable working in Alamo Heights. The paper goes on to say Rakun has been suspended 14 times before this most recent suspension.
Our archives show Rakun was arrested in Kendall County back in 2004 and 2005 for allegedly making harassing phone calls and beating up his wife.