“(The victim) is unaware of where this behavior came from and says she talked to this (woman) several days prior and everything was okay,” the report said.
The report calls the two women “acquaintances.”
The victim believed the suspect found a way to download the nude images from the victim's phone.
Francisquin spent three days in jail and was released on $5,000 bond Saturday. She faces charges of invasion of privacy by computer, computer trespassing and explicit transmissions, police said.
Maj. Stephen Fore, DeKalb police spokesman, said Francisquin, who was hired on April 11, is on administrative leave pending the investigation.
“It was brought to the department’s attention. We took it seriously and investigated,” he said.