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Dallas Officer Bryan Riser Charged With Orchestrating Two Murders

Dallas Officer Bryan Riser Charged With Orchestrating Two Murders

A Dallas police officer has been arrested for allegedly ordering the kidnapping and murder of two people.

Bryan Riser, who has been with the Dallas Police Department since 2008, now faces two counts of capital murder in connection with the deaths of two victims, 31-year-old Lisa Saenz and 61-year-old Albert Douglas, in 2017. Authorities allege that Riser paid an old friend almost $10,000 to kidnap and kill the two individuals over a period of two months.

“This individual has no business wearing this uniform,” Dallas Police Chief Eddie García said. “I can’t be clearer than that.”

During a Thursday press conference announcing the charges, García said the first murder occurred on March 10, 2017, when Saenz was found fatally shot in Trinity River by four kayakers. Six months later, three men were arrested on capital murder charges for Saenz’s death after an anonymous tipster indicated the trio. According to Riser’s arrest-warrant affidavit obtained by The Daily Beast, one of those men later told authorities in 2019 that Riser had been involved in Saenz’s murder.

That same man, who was not identified in court papers, was allegedly ordered by Riser to kidnap and murder Douglas, who was reported missing in February 2017. Douglas’s body has never been found.

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