There is a reason police chiefs usually confine themselves to screwing their subordinates. They can’t complain. This chief forgot that and had three women on a string, two girlfriends and a wife. Seems like he could make a case for an insanity plea.
Used to be the only worries a cheating husband had was keeping his car hidden while parked at the no tell motel and making sure that girlfriends didn’t leave items of apparel under the front seat. Now there is Facebook. What is a cheater to do?
A few days ago, a woman named Cecily Steinmetz shared what she thought was a harmless photo of her alongside her boyfriend, Jason Collier. Not long after, she posted an update in the comments of the photo, alleging that her man was leading a “double/triple life” by not only dating her, but another woman as well. Oh yeah, and he has a wife on top of it.
Now the Texas Rangers have arrested him. I admit I’m too lazy to do the research. At first glance I don’t think the Rangers can make the case. Chief Collier presented girlfriend with a court document indicating that his marriage had been annulled. The problem is that the document never existed as a government document. He made it up. Okay, he may have used an existing document as a template but that the end result never existed. Secondly, there is usually a requirement that the fraud is directed towards obtaining some type of benefit. Three pissed off women all clamoring for a piece of one’s ass is not beneficial.
According to NBCDFW, Texas Department of Public Safety Sgt. Cindy Barkley said that Collier has been charged with tampering with a government document with the intent to defraud.
“Collier allegedly sent a text message to the victim with a fraudulent government record attached. The document was a fraudulent marriage annulment,” Barkley said.
Collier should have stuck with screwing the troops.