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Palm Beach County Dispatcher Goes Through Female Co-Worker's Phone, Sends Himself Pictures of Her Breasts

A friendly tip to female co-workers of Omar Trevino. Don't leave your phones laying around unattended near him.

Because he'll go through your nude selfies and email them to himself.

That's what Trevino, a 31-year-old Palm Beach County Sheriff's dispatcher, stands accused of, after a female co-worker says he grabbed her phone and emailed himself pics of her boobs.

According to a report, the female employee claims that Trevino swiped her phone while she was away from her desk.

He then went into her phone and sent himself an email pic of her and another female dispatcher exposing their breasts before going into her "sent" folder and deleting the evidence.

Where Trevino screwed himself was when he decided to show a male coworker a photo of the two female dispatchers exposing their breasts.

Sheriff's communications officer John Campbell met with police in June to report the incident.

When he asked Trevino, who has been a dispatcher since 2009, how he got the pictures, he told Campbell that he got them when the female employee went on a break, according to a sheriff's probable cause affidavit.

Trevino also admitted to cops that he goes through female coworkers phone all the time, when they leave them laying around next to him at work.

The affidavit says the women told police they took the boobs photo as a joke at a Christmas party.

Detectives then met with Trevino who admitted to them that he attached "several" pictures of her exposing herself in an email and sent it from her Google account to his Yahoo account.

Trevino, who was hired by the sheriff's office in June 2005, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on July 26 on a charge of unlawful access of computers. He is currently on paid administrative leave, and will attend a bond hearing Friday.

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