Former deputies linked to federal drug raid in Farmington

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Two former sheriff’s deputies have ties to a Farmington wholesale marijuana operation targeted in a federal drug raid this week.

State records show Brad Scovil of Farmington, a former lieutenant in the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, and Derrick Doucette of Livermore, the department’s former canine officer, are the treasurer and a member of the board of directors of Narrow Gauge Distributors, which was raided by the FBI and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Tuesday.

Scovil and Doucette left the sheriff’s department on Nov. 30, after almost four years of service each, according to agency records. But two unrelated caregivers, who requested anonymity for fear of legal repercussions, say Doucette was working for Narrow Gauge while he was still a deputy, and that he was present, in uniform, during their…



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