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8/5/09

Lubbock County Sheriff appoints new Major

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Wednesday, Lubbock County Sheriff David Gutierrez announced the appointment of Cody Scott to Major. Scott replaces Don Carter, who was removed from the position last month.

Scott started with the sheriff's department in 1987. His appointment takes effect immediately.

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7/21/09

Changes in the Lubbock Sheriff's Office leadership

Major Don Carter has been demoted six levels, and stripped of his supervisory authority.

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