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Texas Rangers investigating possible criminal charges on Mart officer

A Mart police officer is on leave as the Texas Rangers investigate possible criminal charges.

Mart Police Chief David Monthey says the officer has been on administrative leave since May 14, but the Rangers didn't start investigating until May 28.

Monthey wouldn't release the officer's name or what the Rangers are investigating, but says they are looking into the officer to see if there's any criminal wrongdoing.

Monthey says this doesn't come from a specific date but a number of incidences.
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