San Antonio, Texas, police say Officer Gabriel Villareal has been suspended indefinitely, but they refuse to say why. However, a woman, who was not identified by local media, says he showed up at her door one day saying he was responding to a 911 call. She said she hadn't called. He asked if her husband might have, and she told him she didn't have a husband. He asked to look around her house, and as he did, he mentioned that he'd bought some things from her at the store she worked at just the day before. After he left, she felt uncomfortable and called police. She says they told her they found there was no record of a 911 call, but Villareal had used police databases to find her address.
"Who in their right mind could do that?"
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