Andrea Zendejas, famous for appearing on the TV show “Live PD”, left El Paso and the Sun City Police Station, but is still accessible through his OnlyF account. She announced the last days of her as a police officer in late July.
“The last days of the patrol. It was a super emotional time for me. I will miss my brother (and) my sister dressed in blue. This is a unique family (and) I will always support them, anyway. This is different kind of love (and) relationship when they are willing to die for each other, “he wrote on Twitter.
In early August, Zendejas announced on her Twitter account that she would be swapping out her police uniform for flip-flops and new adventures. Later, she posted photos from Wilmington, North Carolina on social media.
Zendejas has appeared repeatedly on “Live PD,” a police reality show that airs twice a week on the A&E cable network. Zendejas’s iconic bun is sometimes referred to as the bun of justice on social media.
In 2018, she was named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by the local veterans group (El Paso Chapter of the Military Order of the World War).
Andrea Zendejas appeared often on “Live PD” during her tenure as a police officer in El Paso. According to an El Paso Times article, she was known at the time for arresting more than 60 people, inspecting 484 adults and 166 vehicles, seizing four guns and helping shut down a drug bar.
In the same year and 2019, she was assaulted while answering a phone call from a suspicious object. At the time, she was assaulted along with another passenger of an off-duty police officer who had an alleged drunk driving accident in a parked car. Zendejas was injured in the accident.