Ex-deputy faces updated charges filed in Levelland drug bust - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/16/09

Ex-deputy faces updated charges filed in Levelland drug bust

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - New charges were filed last week pertaining to the July 10th Levelland drug bust. Former Hockley County Deputy Gordon Bohannon's new charges are very similar to the old ones. They include conspiracy, and unlawful use of a communications facility.   Ultimately what prosecutors believe is that Bohannon helped the leader of a methamphetamine drug ring.

Court records say that ring leader is Bobby Duwayne Froman.   He also faces superceding charges such as conspiracy to distribute methamphetamines and being a drug addict in possession of firearms.   Several others in the case also face updated charges.

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