Saturday, July 7, 2012

He chose to take the wrong path

He has disgraced the hundreds of law enforcement officers and employees who are honest with his criminal activities.

Ex-jailer takes plea bargain in coke deliveries
By Nolan Hicks - Express-News

A former Bexar County deputy has pleaded guilty to conspiring with a fellow jailer to protect drug shipments in exchange for money, according to federal court documents made public Friday.

Under the terms of the deal reached Monday, former Deputy Hector Franco pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy and two counts of attempting to distribute cocaine.

He'll face five years in federal prison, followed by five years on parole, if Chief U.S. District Judge Fred Biery approves the agreement.

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