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Former Police Officer's Toxicology Report Won't be Used in Court

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      New developments emerged Tuesday night in the case of a former Wichita Falls police officer charged with Manslaughter. 

     Toxicology reports showing that then officer Teddie Whitefield had Xanax and diet pills in his blood stream at the time of a deadly accident involving his police car will not be used in the case against him.

     Sources told Newschannel 6 DPS officers who took those test samples did not have a warrant to do so, when the car he was driving hit another vehicle on Jacksboro Highway and killed two young girls, one of whom was pregnant. 

     Whitefield is scheduled to have a bench trial in front of a judge in mid-January.  

Click for previous stories related to this case:

Crash Team Investigators Look for Answers in Teen Deaths 

Officer Over The Limit: WFPD Responds

Possible Legal Actions of Wreck Involving Teens Killed

City Of WF: Officer Over The Limit Is No Longer Working For The City

Officer Over The Limit: Was Whitefield Given Special Treatment?

Criminal Defense Attorney Rick Bunch Raw Interview

Officer Over the Limit: W.F. Councilors Approve Settlement

Officer Over The Limit: Whitefield Withdraw Termination Appeal

Officer Over the Limit : Updated Information

Former WFPD Officer Teddie Whitefield Arrested

Former Police Office Hearing Pushed Back

Trial Delayed

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