DALLAS, June 22 (UPI) -- Crime scene investigators took DNA samples from a Dallas city car possibly urinated in by police officers last week, officials said.
An unnamed department official told The Dallas Morning News officers could face a charge of criminal mischief and termination if it can be determined who peed inside the city vehicle assigned to another officer.
A police jacket and a uniform also were urinated on, the newspaper said.
WFAA-TV, Dallas, said at least 20 officers had access to the parked vehicle, which is used by a plainclothes detective on the overnight shift who belongs to the Latino Peace Officers Association.
"It's just nasty," the police official said. "That kind of stuff is just embarrassing. It's so juvenile."