Allegations of stolen police property could result in jail time for a former Ralls Police Chief. An arrest warrant has been issued for James E. Williams. The 45-year-old is charged with theft of a firearm.
Texas Rangers and the Lubbock Police Department both conducted investigations and allegedly found that Williams sold Ralls city property to two Lubbock pawn shops back in January.
The pawned property included night vision goggles, worth more than $1,000 at the time of purchase, and a 12-gauge shot gun.
Williams was police chief from November 2005, until he submitted his resignation this past March.
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