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7/13/04

Grand Jury Indicts Former Lubbock Police Officer

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A former Lubbock Police officer was indicted by a Grand Jury on Tuesday.

The panel indicted Blake Littlejohn on a charge of violation of civil rights. Littlejohn resigned from the force after he was confronted with allegations of sexual misconduct following at traffic stop at 19th and Avenue L on June 6th. According to a witness, a 20-year-old woman was escorted into the officer's vehicle after a traffic stop and that's when the woman alleges she performed a sex act at Officer Littlejohn's request.

Littlejohn faces up to 2 years in jail if convicted.

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