The detective said the incident sticks out to him “because it was in front of everybody” and he remembers making eye contact with two other detectives at that time.The detective also reported another time when Glashoff was on his cellphone looking at a personals website, then looked up information in police database before telling Ruiz something akin to “she lives too far out of the area.” Another detective reported finding an unfamiliar cellphone at the 1100 Texas St.The County maintains a small town feel, which offers a unique quality of life that our residents enjoy.
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FAIRFIELD — A pair of veteran Fairfield police officers are under investigation for possible felony conduct relating to their trolling of personals dating websites while on duty and possibly using confidential law enforcement databases repeatedly to screen women they found appealing. Stephen Ruiz and Detective Jacob Glashoff, had their desktop computers, their laptop computers, their duty cellphones and a Fairfield police i Pad seized by an internal affairs investigator in June, according to court documents filed Thursday.