UPDATE: Sedgwick County deputy Raymond Paredes was booked into the Sedgwick County Detention Facility Wednesday afternoon for violating a no contact order.
Paredes was arrested and booked earlier this morning and later released. The initial arrest came after an investigation into a disturbance that happened at his home allegedly between him and someone he is involved with or related to.
He was booked into jail again Wednesday afternoon.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference Wednesday afternoon and announced a deputy had been arrested for suspicion of domestic violence.
Colonel Greg Pollock with the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office said deputy Raymond Paredes was arrested early Wednesday morning at his home while he was off duty.
Sedgwick County said Paredes was arrested by Bel Aire police officers around 4:00 a.m. Wednesday.
Paredes was arrested after an investigation into a disturbance that happened at his home.
Col. Pollock said Paredes has been employed with the Sheriff’s Office for three years.
Paredes was booked into jail Wednesday morning and has since been released. Col. Pollock said Paredes has been placed on administrative suspension, meaning he will be working non-law enforcement duties until the investigation into his alleged crimes is complete.
In addition to the criminal case, an investigation is also being conducted by the Professional Standards Unit of the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office.