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Former Holliday Police Officer Indicted

    Some questions have been answered in regards to a former Holliday police officer.

    Dwayne Jackson was indicted on Monday, October 6th by an Archer County Grand Jury for three counts of Official Oppression. 

    He was brought to the Archer County Jail by Holliday Police Chief Joe Chunn and booked on the indictment. Jackson was released after booking on a P.R. bond. 

    According to the City of Holliday, Jackson was fired from his job on Tuesday, October 7th.

    Stay with 6 as we work to learn more about the investigation that led to Jackson's indictment. 
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