Arrest warrant out for DPD officer, grand jury referrals made for 12 more in alleged pyramid scheme

 Arrest warrant out for DPD officer, grand jury referrals made for 12 more in alleged pyramid scheme

UPDATED at 9:15 p.m. to reflect that calls to numerous city officials for comment have not been returned.

An arrest warrant has been issued for a Dallas police officer and grand jury referrals have been made for a dozen others in connection with an alleged pyramid scheme, the department announced Friday evening.

The department’s public integrity unit has obtained an arrest warrant for Officer Reginald Jones, a nearly 20-year employee who is assigned to the South Central Patrol Division, the department said in a news release. He is being sought on suspicion of promoting and organizing a pyramid promotion scheme.

In addition, grand jury referrals on the charge of participating in and promoting a pyramid promotion scheme have been made for 12 other officers — all also from the South Central Patrol Division, the department said. In alphabetical order, they are:

  • Maj. David Davis
  • Officer Anthony Edmond
  • Sgt. Constance Lewis
  • Officer Paul…

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