Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job

Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job

Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job
Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job

An internal investigation of computer tampering at the Marana Police Department has left officers with blue balls. One officer has been fired and three others have resigned marking an end to their flaccid career.

Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job
31-year-old Officer Dionysius Cazares

Authorities are stating that one of the officers, 31-year-old Dionysius Cazares, accessed a computer database meant for business only, for personal reasons. She was later fired on October 27th for computer tampering. Cazares has pleaded not guilty to the charges of accessing the system to obtain confidential information for non-duty purposes.

An internal investigation into her actions brought to light a sordid blue fantasy of lust and deception. The Marana Police Department reports that Cazares was having an inappropriate relationship with fellow officer, Daniel Nicholas, who resigned October 19th. Nicholas, who was engaged at the time, slept with married officer, Kyla Sylvia, who resigned October 20th. Sylvia was knocking boots with yet another officer, Keith Storms, who resigned on November 9th. The officers reportedly were “doing the do” while on duty.

Things came to a head September 17th when both Cazares and Nicholas were on patrol separately. At the end of Cazares’ midnight shift, a suspicious Cazares decided to run two license plates for personal reasons according to the Notice of Disciplinary Actions. One of the tags she ran belonged to Sylvia. Authorities did not mention who the second tag belonged to but it’s safe to assume it belonged to her work hubby, Nicholas.

Cazares admitted to investigators she was “involved in a personal relationship with Officer Nicholas and suspected he may also be involved in a personal relationship with Officer Sylvia.”

Apparently her suspicions were correct. Cazares stalked Nicholas and noted that he spent an extended period of time in a neighborhood outside of his assigned patrol. Cazares went to the neighborhood and ran license plates to see who Nicholas was spending his on-duty time with.

Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job
Officer Kyla Sylvia

Her improper use of the Arizona Criminal Justice Information System led to an indictment by a grand jury. Cazares was charged with two counts of computer tampering, a class 6 felony, on October 10, police documents said. According to police, she was trained on proper computer use in November 2015.

During the course of the investigation into Cazares, police discovered that Nicholas would leave and take duty calls from Cazares’ home. He would spend three to five hours a day at her home while fielding service calls. Cazares never reported his dereliction of duty.

On October 10th, Marana Police stumbled across an anonymous tip of two officers “involved in a ‘romantic moment’ at the El Rio preserve area on July 28. After scrubbing shift assignments, it was determined that those two officers were Keith Storms and Kyla Sylvia.

12 News reports:

Storms admitted during questioning that he and Sylvia had spent “an extended period of time” – approximately three and a half hours, the investigation found – at the preserve while they were supposed to be on patrol, according to police documents. Storms told investigators he and Sylvia only left the area after another officer told them to get back to patrol.

While Storms said he had heard there were rumors of sexual activity between him and Sylvia, he “repeatedly stated that absolutely no conduct of a sexual nature ever occurred” while on duty, police documents stated.

Computer Tampering Charge Exposes Cop Orgy; Leaves 4 Officers out of a Job
Officer Keith Storms

Storms did finally come clean and admit to hanky panky on taxpayer’s time. In July 2017 Storms and Sylvia had an “encounter” after a debriefing. Storms admitted to the investigators Sylvia sent him some naughty pictures to which he made lewd comments. He also placed her hand on his crotch.

Storms resigned two days after receiving notice that the department planned to fire him after the investigation was completed.

Nicholas resigned effective October 19, Sylvia effective October 20, and Storms effective November 9.

Cazares entered a not-guilty plea. Her next court date is Dec. 13.

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