Tuesday, February 20, 2007

"Uresti's wife says she called cops 'out of revenge'"

This is more than a little strange. In fact, it's downright embarrassing when the wife of a state senator calls the cops on her husband because she thought he was cheating on her. No proof of infidelity, just a suspicion, and the woman calls the police.

From the Express-News:

Yolanda Uresti said Tuesday she was seeking revenge against her husband, state Sen. Carlos Uresti , when she called police to their Southeast Side home early Saturday.

“We said things we wish we hadn't, and, I'll admit, I called the police out of revenge,” she said in a written statement. “As they say, though, what is done is done, and no matter how much we may wish to, we cannot take it back.”

When police turned up at their residence in the 9000 block of Walhalla Avenue , Yolanda Uresti told officers she was upset with her husband “due to him having a possible affair,” according to the San Antonio Police Department incident report. ...

The SAPD dispatcher originally coded the call as a case of family violence with a gun. But the incident was ultimately classified as a disturbance.

Who wants to bet the "incident" is ultimately forgotten? Politics are funny that way.

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