The city of Corpus Christi said Thursday that a city firefighter has been put on administrative leave after being arrested by the police department.
The arrest resulted from an investigation conducted by Child Protective Services, Corpus Christi Fire Chief Robert Rocha said in a news release.
Rocha said the alleged incident did not occur while the employee was on duty.
The news release said CPS has turned the case over to police.
More details were not immediately available.
This is a developing story.
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