Texas Deputy Sheriff Pleads Guilty in...

Texas Deputy Sheriff Pleads Guilty in Methamphetamine Trafficking Conspiracy

There are 5 comments on the Federal Bureau of Investigation story from Dec 22, 2009, titled Texas Deputy Sheriff Pleads Guilty in Methamphetamine Trafficking Conspiracy. In it, Federal Bureau of Investigation reports that:

Gordon Clark Bohannon of Levelland, Texas, the former Chief Deputy of the Hockley County Sheriff's Office, pleaded guilty this afternoon before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings to his role in a methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks of the Northern District of Texas.

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“MICHAEL MACIAS”

Since: Aug 09

levelland tx

#1 Dec 24, 2009
yup he's going to life he's tha dam sheriff of levelland how do you think the youth feels that are home town was a wastland of a meth ring and drugs. Are very own peace officers where also involved. they can never make up for what they have done to the youth here .......
Voice of reason

Alto, NM

#2 Dec 24, 2009
What did you just write?...Try again but this time you write it this time, not your 3 year old.
No Place to Retire

Merkel, TX

#3 Dec 24, 2009
Levelland has been a city of anarchy since its oil boom days. The cops have been too busy protecting drug traffickers to enforce such things as trespassing, assault, burglary, etc. Every psychopath in the country wants to move there--like Maine's serial killer, James Hicks, did. They raise fighting cocks and pit bulls for fighting all over town. There are shooting galleries for junkies on every block. They've never enforced a noise ordinance because they are too busy coddling outlaw biker gangs who make their headquarters there. Bums who never work have money for cars with boom boxes and loud mufflers. You name the crime and you'll find it there. Every home in the central part of town is a truck stop for tractors and trailers.
OneTime

Dallas, TX

#4 Dec 31, 2009
Can anyone tell me, is this man the same one that worked out of Lubbock in the 80's? Can't remember his first name, he did have a brother,(BOB) that was a pastor. Good day
Responder

United States

#5 Jan 20, 2010
OneTime wrote:
Can anyone tell me, is this man the same one that worked out of Lubbock in the 80's? Can't remember his first name, he did have a brother,(BOB) that was a pastor. Good day
Yes, he's from Lubbock originally, yes, he has a brother Bob. He also has other brothers too.

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