Detective relieved from Deputy Goforth case may face disciplinary panel

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The detective relieved of duties in the Deputy Darren Goforth murder case may go before a disciplinary panel.

The detective relieved of duties in the Deputy Darren Goforth murder case may go before a disciplinary panel.

Investigator Craig Clopton admitted to consensual sexual conduct with a witness to Goforth's murder. She is the same woman who claims she was having an affair with the slain deputy.

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The witness spurred the defense in the case to ask to see Goforth's receipts from the gas station in northwest Harris County.

The Harris County Sheriff's Office has called this a "fishing expedition" and "not relevant."

These disciplinary panels are generally private, closed-door meetings and happen every Thursday.

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