A Denton parole officer was recently charged with receiving hydrocodone pills from a parolee and placed in jail. Investigators reported being tipped off that the parole officer was receiving hydrocodone pills from a parolee. The man had recently arranged an unscheduled meeting with a parolee in the parking lot of the office where the man worked. Investigators, however, watched from a distance. This arrest is reported to be part of an ongoing investigation. This article will examine the type of drugs and charges involved in this case.
What is Hydrocodone?
A man was recently indicted by a Denton County grand jury in connection to a sexual assault and attempted sexual assault that occurred near the University of North Texas campus. The man was charged with two counts of burglary of a habitation with intent to commit a felony and three counts of attempted burglary of a habitation with intent to commit a felony. Law enforcement’s arrest affidavit contained various reports of the man looking through apartment windows and prowling around apartment complexes. The man was arrested on June 2 after a law enforcement officer saw the man attempting to open an apartment window while masturbating. Being convicted of a sex crime is a particularly serious offense that frequently requires the assistance of a skilled criminal defense attorney.
Creating a Strong Legal Defense to a Sex Crime Charge