Former Yorktown police chief plead guilty to felony

Former Yorktown police chief plead guilty to a felony.

Former Yorktown Police Chief Paul Campos admitted his guilt to tampering with a governmental records Wednesday.
We previously reported Campos was booked into the DeWitt County Jail in 2016. He was arrested on two charges,one count of tampering with physical evidence and one count of tampering with a government records.
Campos was also accused of asking a woman to show him her breasts in exchange for community service credit.
Campos will serve 90 days in DeWitt County Jail starting January 1, 2018, serve 80 hours of community service, 5 years deferred adjudication, pay a $1,000 fine and court costs.

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