Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'

Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
1of 26Matthew Luckhurst, (foreground) a San Antonio police officer, was indefinitely suspended in October 2016. He is appealing to get his job back.Photo: Emilie Eaton /Staff
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
2of 26Matthew Luckhurst, the San Antonio police officer who was fired for providing a feces sandwich to a homeless man, was given a second indefinite suspension in November for defecating in a woman’s bathroom stall and spreading a brown substance on the toilet seat.Photo: /Photo courtesy of SAPD
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
3of 26At least 14 Bexar County first responders were arrested so far in 2018. Click ahead to view their mugshots.Photo: courtesy
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
4of 26Bexar County Sheriff's Office deputy Jose Nunez is seen in a June 17, 2018 booking mug provided by the Bear County Sheriff's office. Nunez, a 10-year-employee of the sheriff's department, was charged with super aggravated sexual assault of a child after a 4-year-old girl told her mother of the alleged assault. Nunez also allegedly threatened the child's mother, who is an undocumented immigrant, with deportation if she told officials about the abuse.Photo: Courtesy
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
5of 26Bexar County sheriff’s deputy Leonard Lopez, a former spokesman for the office, was charged with sexual assault on April 17, 2018.Photo: Jacob Beltran /San Antonio Express-News
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
6of 26Clayton Burrell Saunders.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
7of 26Deputy Adelaida Adams was charged with Medicaid fraud in February.Photo: Courtesy
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
8of 26Deputy Adam Miller was arrested Jan. 12 on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after he ran two red lights, rear ended a woman in the 10600 block of Perrin Beitel Road and then started "yelling at people and staggering around the scene of the accident," according to a police report.Photo: Bexar County Jail
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
9of 26Andrew McDermott, 26, faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He is accused of cutting his wife in the leg during a fight in early June.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
10of 26Margie Hernandez Miranda, a 61-year-old bailiff with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
11of 26Bexar County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Joseph Anthony Hernandez, 26, seen in a booking photo, was indicted Wednesday on a charge of official oppression, the sheriff announced. Hernandez is one of two deputies accused of assaulting an inmate on June 6 at the Bexar County Jail.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff’s Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
12of 26Former Bexar County Deputy Michael Gomez was indicted on a charge of official oppression after he allegedly assaulted an inmate in June 2017. Gomez was arrested after resigning from the sheriff's office.
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
13of 26Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy Jose Raul Paez was indicted Thursday on a charge of assault causing bodily injury, authorities said.Photo: Courtesy /Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
14of 26Barry Uhr, a paramedic with the San Antonio Fire Department, was arrested Saturday on a charge of family violence.Photo: Bexar County Jail
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
15of 26Officer Michael Sepanski, 25, is accused of using his forearm to block his wife's airway around midnight in the 2100 block of Atlas Bend and then fleeing the home.Photo: Bexar County Jail
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
16of 26The suspected officer, Stephanie Solis, now faces a misdemeanor charge of theft between $100 and $750. She was booked into the Bexar County Jail and has since bonded out.Photo: Bexar County Jail
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
17of 26Rodney Tubgergen, a San Antonio police officer, was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated on June 11, 2018.
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
18of 26BCSO Deputy Yesenia Rios, was arrested and charged with one count of DWI, Saturday July 7, 2018.Photo: Bexar County Sheriffs Office, Courtesy
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
19of 26Cpl. Kailin Kruger was arrested Friday on a drunken driving charge. She is the 17th deputy to be arrested in 2018.Photo: Bexar County Jail
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
20of 26Aida Santos, 28, was arrested Sunday morning, Sept. 9, 2018, and is facing charges of assault, bodily injury/family violence.Photo: Courtesy Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
21of 26Ta-Vian Gloeckler, 23, a jailer with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office was charged with official oppression and assault causing bodily injury.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
22of 26Eric Rodriguez was booked into the Bexar County Jail on a $3,500 bond around 3:30 a.m. August 6, 2018. He bailed out hours later.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
23of 26Bexar County deputy Gabriel OrtiezPhoto: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
24of 26Bexar County deputy Ruben HernandezPhoto: Bexar County Sheriff's Office
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
25of 26Bexar County deputy Libmar Rodriguez, 35, was arrested on a drunken driving charge on Thursday, July 26, 2018.Photo: BCSO
Fired SAPD officer accused of feces sandwich prank says he 'never humiliated a homeless person'
26of 26BCSO Deputy Yesenia Rios, was arrested and charged with one count of DWI, Saturday July 7, 2018.Photo: Bexar County Sheriff's Office, Courtesy
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