Former CCSO chief indicted, facing four misdemeanor charges
Former Coryell County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mark Wilcox willfully surrendered to the Sheriff’s Office Monday following his indictment on four misdemeanor charges. He was booked and given bond immediately upon arrival.
Wilcox was indicted March 23 in the 52nd District Court on three indictments with four charges - two counts of prostitution; one count of abuse of official capacity greater than or equal to $100, less than $750; and theft of property by a public servant, greater than or equal to $100, less than $750.
The prostitution charges are Class A Misdemeanors, which are punishable a fine of no more than $4,000 and/or up to one year in county jail.
Abuse of official capacity and the theft charge are Class B Misdemeanors, which carry a penalty of up to 180 days in jail, a fine up to $2,000 or both.
No details about the indictment or charges have been released as of press time Monday.
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