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HOUSTON – Much of his life has been dedicated to fighting crime, for more than 30 years the Deputy Police Chief of Police District 5, Brian Harrishas worked as an investigator and has participated in different operations during his career, but now he is the one who finds himself on the other side of the law.
An anti-prostitution operation carried out at a Montgomery County hotel on Wednesday cost Harris his job.
the underboss He was arrested along with a group of 13 others, on charges of paying for sex with prostitutes.
Harris, who was serving as second-in-command in Harris County Police District 5, was immediately fired, according to the Houston Metro Police Authority.
The undercover operation took place just after 11 pm Wednesday at a hotel in Conroe. The city of Conroe is located 30 miles north of Houston.
The senior officer has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience, first as a homicide detective with the Houston Police Department and later with Harris County Police Precinct 5.
He has also served as a lecturer on interrogation practices to different police agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), as documented by himself on a website and where he offers conferences and training in areas such as homicides, police hiring, interrogation practices, handling in shootings where police officers are involved, among others.