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8/18/09

Search for new Lubbock County Sheriff likely to begin Friday

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The search for a new Lubbock County Sheriff will probably get underway Friday.   County Commissioners meet in executive session and will address the county's personnel issues.  Sheriff David Gutierrez has given the county plenty of advance notice of his resignation and his last day is expected to be September 12th.

Gutierrez has accepted a position with the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. We're told so far, the Sheriff has not recommended a replacement. Gutierrez was re-elected last year to serve a four year term.

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