WHITESBORO, TX-A former Texoma police officer finds himself on the wrong side of the law.
Former Whitesboro Police Officer William Kuczynski was arrested by the Texas Rangers for abuse of official capacity and false statement to obtain property. Both charges are class A misdemeanors--which meant Kuczynski could face up to a year in jail and a $4,000 fine.
Whitesboro Police Chief, Scott Taylor, said Kuczynski was no longer working for the department when the charges came down because he resigned in August for unrelated reasons. We contacted the Texas Rangers, but they would not release further details of the investigation.
Kuczynski has since bonded out of the Grayson County Jail.
We'll continue to follow this story.
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