No law enforcement official wants to be on the other side of the mugshot camera. Unfortunately for Victor Trevino, he had to see things from the other side of the lens and his mugshot reveals that was not a good day for Constable Trevino.
If you hadn't been keeping up, the apparently still-working eastside constable had been under investigation for months over charges of using on-duty deputies for off-duty work and because he was unable to account for thousands of dollars in charitable and campaign contributions. He was indicted by the Harris County Grand Jury last Friday on four felony counts.
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This mugshot was the result of his processing and certainly not worthy of the Trevino Family Christmas card, if such a thing exists. If convicted, he faces up to 24 years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines.