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Smith County constable, deputy accused of theft make first court appearance

Curtis Traylor-Harris
Curtis Traylor-Harris(KLTV)
Published: May. 11, 2022 at 3:29 PM CDT
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TYLER, Texas (KLTV) - A Smith County constable and deputy were in court Wednesday for charges of an alleged theft that took place while serving a warrant in November of 2021.

Curtis Traylor-Harris, 33, and Derrick Holman, 44, are each charged with theft of property by a public servant, official oppression and abuse of official capacity.

Derrick Holman
Derrick Holman(Smith County Jail)

The hearings for Traylor-Harris and Holman have been reset for July 7.

Former deputy constable Laquenda Banks was also arrested for the same charges. Her plea-hearing is scheduled for June 13. Banks was terminated Dec. 3 by a letter signed by Constable Curtis T. Harris.

Derrick Holman had his license suspended.

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