An Oakland police officer was arrested and booked into Oakland downtown's Glenn Dyer Jail at 1:00 a.m. this morning, with the department saying the charges are related to prostitution. Interestingly, as the Chronicle reports, the arrest appears unrelated to the sex scandal involving Jasmine Abuslin, a.k.a. Celeste Guap.

Details are light, but what we do know is that 26-year-old Ryan Walterhouse has already posted bail, and at this point the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office hasn't filed charges. As such, we don't know exactly what Walterhouse is being accused of. However, ABC 7 says that in addition to charges related to prostitution, we will also likely see obstruction of justice charges brought.

“The Oakland Police Department takes all allegations of misconduct involving our employees seriously," OPD said in a statement. "We hold all of our employees to a high level of ethical and professional accountability and will not tolerate criminal behavior. Ensuring internal investigations are swift, fair and objective is our priority."

The Oakland Police Officers' Association also responded to news of the arrest with a statement picked up by KRON4. "Words cannot express how disappointed the members of the Oakland Police Officers’ Association are in hearing the news of a police officer recently arrested for inappropriate conduct," wrote Sergeant Barry Donelan. "This officer’s actions have no place nor are they condoned in any way by the police officers who work diligently to keep our Oakland community safe. While we cannot ignore the blemish this kind of behavior has put on the Department and the embarrassment it has caused our entire community, Oakland’s police officers want our citizens to know that we remain committed to your safety, and to our honorable and diligent work to protect the Oakland community."

Walterhouse was a rookie on the force, with Patch reporting that he passed basic training in 2014.

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