By James Clark | email
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – The latest defendant to plead guilty from the Levelland drug bust faces up to life in prison. Last week Andrew Clay Hurst admitted to conspiracy. Court records say Hurst was one the men who supplied Bobby Duwayne Froman with meth-amphetamines.
Froman in turn is accused of getting help from two former Hockley County Sheriff's deputies who are also charged in the same case. Hurst will be sentenced at a later date to at least 10 years and perhaps as much as life in prison.
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