Former Harris County deputy charged with official oppression

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HARRIS COUNTY, TX – It was a family affair (not necessarily the kind of thing you would want to scrap book, but it is pretty well documented for David Scherz and his loved ones)!

Remember that dash cam video allegedly showing Harris County Deputy Jimmy Drummond brutalizing a whole family? Well, he has now been charged with official oppression. Scherz claims it all stemmed from a traffic violation.

“I was coming home from a friend’s house, an officer says I ran a stop sign, but before it came to that, I had already pulled in the driveway,” Scherz says.

The whole Scherz clan ended up going out of the house to see what was happening, and as the dash cam video shows, it just got bad.  Deputy Drummond can be seen beating up members of the family.

If convicted, now Captain Drummond with the Montgomery County Constable Precinct 3 Office, could face one year of imprisonment and a $4000 fine.

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