Lubbock Deputy Chief resigns, says LPD
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - On Monday, Lubbock Police said Deputy Chief Leath McClure has resigned from the department.
McClure was arrested last month, and was released from the Lubbock County Detention Center a week later after his bond was lowered.
McClure is accused of holding a gun to co-worker’s head. The victim in this case applied for a protective order and was granted by the court.
Judge Douglas Freitag, presiding over the 140th District Court, reduced McClure’s bond to $100,000.
According to court documents, his attorney David Guinn says McClure, who was arrested for aggravated assault and family violence charges, was being held unlawfully.
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According to court documents, McClure attempted, both individually and through family and friends, to post bond but was unsuccessful in raising the funds.
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