Former Diboll police chief admits to stealing from city

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 - 11:50am

DIBOLL - Former Diboll Police Chief Kent Havard has admitted taking city funds and accepted a sentence of three years probation, according to District Attorney Clyde Herrington.

The total amount is less than $5,000 and includes city credit card purchases at Walmart, Minute Maid Park and for swimming pool repair, according to Herrington. Along with the three years probation Havard was fined $500, has to make full restitution to the city of Diboll and has to permanently surrender his peace officer’s license, according to Herrington.

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