Scarborough back in law enforcement, now with Hockley County - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/17/09

Scarborough back in law enforcement, now with Hockley County

HOCKLEY COUNTY, TX (KCBD) - The former Chief Deputy for the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department becomes the acting Chief Deputy in Hockley County.  

Paul Scarborough will help the embattled Hockley County Sheriff's Department get back on its feet. He retired from the L.S.O. in March but now replaces former Hockley County Sheriff's Deputy Gordon Bohannon.  

Bohannon remains jailed on multiple charges including conspiracy, and unlawful use of a communications facility. Prosecutors believe he helped the leader of a methamphetamine drug ring in Levelland.

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8/16/09
Ex-deputy faces updated charges filed in Levelland drug bust
New charges were filed last week pertaining to the July 10th Levelland drug bust.

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