October 20, 2021
Scam/Fraud

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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