FORT WORTH, TX — Following the recent high profile resignation of, Aaron Dean, the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black woman, Fort Worth Police have decided to replace Dean with former St. Anthony Police officer, and current job seeker, Jeronimo Yanez.
Yanez, who was released from the SAPD after he shot and killed Philando Castile in 2016, was considered a uniquely qualified candidate for the job in Texas.
“He has a history of engaging in racial profiling, he has demonstrated a general distrust for those he is sworn to serve, and is quick on the trigger” explained FWPD Commisioner Roy Williams, “In short, he’s a great fit for this police department”.
Yanez, who despite his ignominious end to his career in Minnesota, is free to join any other law enforcement agency in the country, was a highly sought candidate from departments across the country.
“We’re actually lucky he accepted our offer,” said Commissioner Williams, “he’s had offers from Chicago, Sacramento, New York, and Baltimore departments. He is very much in demand”.