Conviction tossed out, former LPD officer blamed - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Conviction tossed out, former LPD officer blamed

By James Clark | email  

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – A former Lubbock Police Officer is back in the news.  Brandon McFadden, 34, is both a former LPD officer and a former ATF agent.

According to the Tulsa World newspaper, charges have been dropped against an illegal alien because of allegations against McFadden and former Tulsa Police Officer Jeff Henderson, 37. 

The Tulsa World reported Wednesday that Ruben Flores-Olmos (also known as Angel Perez Olmos) will be deported but his 2007 drug conviction will be vacated.

While assigned to Tulsa Oklahoma for the ATF, McFadden was accused of planting evidence and other crimes.  McFadden pleaded guilty in early May to a drug conspiracy charge and will be sentenced at a later date.  Court records say he's living in Lubbock County and remains free until his sentencing.

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