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A Talk with Constable Jerry Raburn: Workloads, Efficiency, Relationships, and Emails

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Posted by WhosPlayin on 2012/5/16 19:16:33 (1941 reads)

Open in new windowThe Manila Envelope

During election season, the Lewisville Texan Journal receives email messages, Facebook messages, phone calls, and the occasional anonymous manila envelope on a regular basis. People hear things or find things about candidates and elected officials that they want looked into.

One such manila envelope showed up on my doorstep in March, and it contained printouts of emails that seemed to paint a picture of Constable Raburn's office that was less than flattering. You had prominently in the packet, an email from one of Raburn's deputies that referred to President Obama using a highly offensive racial slur, and a memo regarding the same deputy who left her loaded service weapon in the ladies room there in the government building where Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Becky Kerbow, Raburn, and County Commissioner Bobbie Mitchell work. The emails also seemed to show a flawed working relationship with Kerbow. Then there was a memo from a seemingly agitated Raburn apparently trying to regain some control and discipline in his office.


Open in new windowOpen in new windowOpen in new windowOn March 23rd, we submitted an open records request with Denton County to try to obtain more emails to see whether Raburn had responded to the racially offensive email, or disciplined the deputy. We also requested some emails between Raburn and Kerbow to see how they were working together.

We Learn More

While we were waiting on the request to be filled, we learned that Jeri Rodriguez, the deputy who had written the offending email and forgotten her weapon, had been promoted to Chief Deputy.  Things had become very difficult in his office, and the other deputies and employees blamed her for it.  He lost some employees, and fired others.

One of those fired was his former Chief Deputy Richard Tackett, who is now listed as a supporter of Raburn's challenger in this year's Republican primary election, Barry Minoff.  According to Tackett, he was fired while on FMLA leave after a mental breakdown.  Allegedly, Raburn sent a deputy to Tackett's home while he was hospitalized to retrieve his patrol car.  Rodriguez, we were told, had been involved in a wreck in hers, and they needed another one.

The other thing we found curious, as we were researching was that when we pulled Raburn's TCLEOSE report, listing his law enforcement experience, we found that although his campaign website claims he is a retired state trooper, he had only served 11 years and 10 months with the Texas Department of Public Safety- well short of the normal 20 years one would serve in order to officially retire. 20 years is not a hard-and-fast rule for retirement, since some entities offer buy-outs or early retirement. Further, state law restricts public information about retirees.

More Emails

Curiously, when we received the response to the open records request, neither the offensive email nor any responses to it were among them, even though I specifically had asked for all emails containing that term. Given the age of the email, it was possible it had just been deleted.

There were a fair number of pretty awful emails included, but many of those had been sent by Jerry's wife, Avie Raburn to him and others in Denton County government. These included various chain emails, such as a collection of Photoshopped images of American icons embellished with Muslim symbols, implying that our nation would be ‚ÄúIslamized‚ÄĚ if President Obama had his way.

Open in new windowThe requested emails also included one sent from Jerry Raburn's account with a racist rendition of "The Night Before Christmas", rewritten with President Obama as Santa Claus and containing every imaginable derogatory black stereotype. ¬†That email, sent to what appeared to be the whole office, was labeled "From Manetta Toth on behalf of Jerry Raburn". ¬†It included Jerry Raburn and Manetta Toth in the ‚ÄúTo‚ÄĚ addresses, along with Rodriguez and five others . Toth, we have learned, was Jerry's assistant, and had the ability to read and respond to his email on his behalf.

The same email triggered an investigation of state employees in Alaska in 2008.

Some of the emails between Kerbow and Raburn painted a picture of a sometimes dysfunctional relationship, one that came to a boiling point when Jeri Rodriguez took over as Chief Deputy.  One of the duties of the constable is to serve as bailiff and security in the JP court and Kerbow holds court four days a week. There were several emails from Kerbow to Raburn chastising him for not having someone in her court on certain days.  

From the J.P.'s Perspective

Open in new windowKnowing that emails don't always tell the whole story, we called Judge Kerbow to see if she could shed some light on how that relationship was working.  She thought the work was getting done and warrants handled correctly, but admitted that the relationship with Chief Rodriguez had at one point been difficult, as evidenced by a frustrated email to Raburn pondering whether Rodriguez was "hormonal".

Kerbow explained that in the past, the two offices had worked together very informally, but that the turnover and change in leadership had put a strain on things.  Processes that had been handled informally in the past had been pushed back on by Rodriguez.  Kerbow said that Raburn's office had been on edge, people were nervous for their jobs, and Rodriguez was seen by the employees as being the cause.  Kerbow hired Raburn's former assistant Manetta Toth, whom she says took a pay cut to leave the constable's office and work for her.  Kerbow was very happy with the hire.

Kerbow said that she had no problems with Raburn's service overall, and that she had confidence the job was getting done.  She said that the constable's office held about 1,500 warrants from her court, and that civil papers were rarely returned unserved.

Kerbow also noted that she runs a tight ship, and that she does monitor employee email to ensure compliance with Denton County email policy.

We Need to Talk

On April 18, we contacted Raburn via his county email to see if we could ask some questions.  The email was answered two days later by an assistant, who said that Raburn would answer questions if we emailed them beforehand.  We initially sent questions about how his office functions, with the intent of following up on the emails, thinking that discussion about those might derail any conversation about the business of the office.  After not hearing back from Raburn's office, we received a call from an attorney in the Civil Division of the District Attorney's office, Moira Schilke.  She called on April 27 to say that Raburn was going to answer the questions by the next week, but that didn't happen.

On May 7, the week before the primary elections were to start early voting, we called Raburn's office.  His assistant told stated that Schilke was supposed to send us the answers.  After contacting Schilke again, it had seemed she was treating the exchange as a public information request rather than a media inquiry.  She took the blame for Raburn not responding to emails, but no one had satisfactorily answered why a DA was representing him on these matters.

After sitting on these emails for weeks and not getting a response from Raburn, we posted a screenshot of the offensive email on our LTJ Facebook page.  That apparently touched off a firestorm, and some very hateful and bigoted comments there were the first we have ever had to remove from that page.

Finally, We Talk

Last Friday, we received an invitation from Raburn's office to sit down with him and County Commissioner Bobbie Mitchell for a discussion on Tuesday - two days into primary voting.  Mitchell, who is black, had previously worked in Raburn's office before being elected as County Commissioner.  She also oversees his office's budget.  Raburn was willing to go on camera, so we have included a video of the discussion.

We will note that the original plan was not to post the video, but we felt like the questions were serious enough that the best way to present the answers to them was to give you the full uncut video.

Raburn was very cordial and somewhat contrite, acknowledging problems in some cases, but assuring that they would never happen again.  He clarified the numbers of outstanding warrants and papers to serve.  He described the processes he now has in place to ensure that work is getting done and that his deputies cover Kerbow's court. The only questions that Raburn would not answer were those related to Tackett's case.



In a follow-up phone today, Raburn wanted to make it clear that Rodriguez had his full confidence. "She is one of the best police officers I've ever been able to work with. Her people would walk through fire for her." Raburn said that Rodriguez and Kerbow had met for a time after this all happened to iron things out.

Notes:
1. In the video, you can hear me say at one point that I had only had the emails for about 3 weeks. That was incorrect. Looking back, I've had them since March. I started the process to ask about them around 3 weeks ago.
2. Raburn references his new employee Ashley in the video, whom he and Rodriguez hired, and were very comfortable with. Raburn mentioned that he wanted to introduce her to me. Although she was not in the office when we finished the interview for me to meet, Raburn mentioned that Ashley is black.
3. This should go without saying, but the comment about just shooting people instead of using a Taser was a joke - my joke, not his.
4. We have not spoken to Toth or Rodriguez, but made efforts today to try to see if they want to comment.
5. Certain portions of this post are subject to our deletion policy.

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Posted: 2012/5/16 19:51  Updated: 2012/5/16 19:51
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Looks like the old boy network is crumbling on this one.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 3:17  Updated: 2012/5/17 9:12
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Actually that looked to be a rock solid Q&A to me.
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If you are explaining in a political campaign, you are losing...
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Posted: 2012/5/16 23:41  Updated: 2012/5/16 23:41
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It was suggested tonight that I write more about what Jerry said in the interview, for those who can't spare the hour to watch it. I agree. I've been low on time, but will try to get that done. Still, I highly recommend watching the video.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 3:15  Updated: 2012/5/17 9:12
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I think Jerry and his chief are very fine people. They have worked hard in the Lewisville community and well respected by many. It sounds like some people that were not moving up the ladder, either got mad and moved on or fired over a difference of opinion as to the dynamics changing in the office.

Being a longtime Lewisville resident and now in Flower Mound, I would still cast my vote in favor of Jerry Raburn. He Is an honest lawman who tries his best to run a tight flawless ship. Nobody is perfect but Jerry is not far off that mark.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 9:35  Updated: 2012/5/17 10:09
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I am very concerned that the people writing in on this blog think this is acceptable behavior for our Law Enforcement organizations. These people must be Jerry Raburn personal friends. As I am not friends with any candidate in this race, I fail to see how this behavior is ok. Raburn and His Chief Deputy should be removed from office and never be allowed to work in Law Enforcement again.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 11:11  Updated: 2012/5/17 11:14
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Raburn States Judge Kerbow doesn't know how Law Enforcement Agencies work..... Isnt she married to the Chief of Police for The City of Lewisville? Steve, you should ask Chief Kerbow if this would be ok to be put out over the citys email server!!
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Posted: 2012/5/17 15:43  Updated: 2012/5/17 16:07
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First, why do you ask Steve to ask Chief Kerbow to blast this over the city's email server? Why don't you ask him directly? And, second, if you think about it, you already know the answer...Chief Kerbow cannot use the city email server to forward something that would affect a political race. He can't do anything like that in his public capacity and, since he would have to work with these people, he probably wouldn't do it as a citizen either.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 17:19  Updated: 2012/5/17 17:32
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Obviously, you did not understand what that last post meant, so I will spell it out for you!! I asked Steve,(since he is a reporter) if Chief Kerbow would allow such filth to be sent out over the city of Lewisville Email server…(referring to the racists e-mails) I never told him to sent this article to the Chief of Police. That fact is that Constable Raburn is no longer effective in this office and can not properly manage his office. Next question: Why cant he talk about his former Chief Deputy, and was is his former Chief Deputy supporting Raburns opponent….
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Posted: 2012/5/17 19:14  Updated: 2012/5/17 21:45
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Obviously, you need to be more clear in your writing so that people can understand what you mean. Using the word "this" is vague and is open to interpretation. Because your statement is brief and lacks detail, I apparently didn't interpret it the way you meant it to be interpreted. As I recall in my college English classes, it is up to the writer to get his point across not accuse the reader of not understanding.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 17:23  Updated: 2012/5/17 17:36
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I have also heard rumors that the Constable has ...

Comment removed by editor - violation of Rule #5: Derogatory statement of fact without substantiation.

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Posted: 2012/5/17 18:56  Updated: 2012/5/17 19:02
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Well, we watched you entire interview and maybe next time you as a reporter need to research all the information prior to putting it in writing. I understand everyone has a right to back their candidate but please research facts as the read proves to be more accurate.

A local voting resident
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Posted: 2012/5/17 23:34  Updated: 2012/5/17 23:34
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We didn't print anything until it was researched. What you read is what we came up with. There were problems. Jerry Raburn has answered for them. Everyone has an opportunity to say their piece.

What you probably don't know - and can't really know - is what we've not published. Getting facts takes time. Probably half of all the stuff we research never gets a word printed here.
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Posted: 2012/5/17 19:03  Updated: 2012/5/17 21:44
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Jerry Raburn is a man of for the people. This type of politics is just so old. I sure hope he received all the correct answers to the questions. When you listen to people that could not be hired by Denton County and people that chose to leave Denton County on their own......don't blame a constable for getting a "Top Notch" staff that really cares.
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Posted: 2012/5/18 9:40  Updated: 2012/5/18 11:50
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This has got to be his wife Avies reply!! Top Notch Staff. Why did he fire his Chief Deputy that was with his office for nearly 20 years of dedicated service and why cant he answer any questions? Isnt it against federal law to fire someone while they are on FMLA? Why did he need to bring a African American Comms to the meeting to prove he likes Black people, and why does Raburn make it a point to talk about his new Hire Ashley that is Black? Reminds me of the old saying, "Im not a racist, I had a Black friend in School Once"
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Posted: 2012/5/17 19:15  Updated: 2012/5/17 21:46
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You as a reporter have an obligation to the public. Next time you get a brown envelop on your door step, please make sure to hear both sides of the story before you are blindsided and look into all the details. It makes a much better read. Thank you....a concerned citizen!
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Posted: 2012/5/18 17:38  Updated: 2012/5/18 19:46
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Mr. Southwell was trying to get both sides of the story. I am not one for defending reporters but he did state he was trying to intoch with Jerry Raburn for several weeks. Raburn is an elected official and has an obligation to talk to the media. Why was Raburn hiding from Steve Southwell? I know, so someone could give him answers to the questions. Your time is coming to an end here in Lewisville Jerry!
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Posted: 2012/5/19 17:48  Updated: 2012/5/19 19:37
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It is Funny that Constable Raburn is also supported by Pat Fallon, another candidate that his integrity has been called into question this election cycle. What is up with all these clicks in Denton County? I am voting anti-incumbent in every race this year.
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Posted: 2012/5/21 23:16  Updated: 2012/5/21 23:21
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Why do we still need Constables. They are a complete waste of taxpayers money!
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Posted: 2012/5/21 23:39  Updated: 2012/5/21 23:39
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I've seen that argument before, and there is some validity to it. It seems like anything a Constable could do, a Sheriff could just as easily do.

By having separate offices doing the work, you will have some duplicate overhead, and perhaps some missed economies of scale and cooperation.

But, the work still would have to be done, so if you got rid of constables, you'd still have to pay for bailiffs for JP Court, and Sheriff deputies to serve papers and handle warrants. So it's not a complete waste of money. It's just spent separately.

We have had other positions in the Texas Constitution that have become antiquated and were removed. For example, County surveyor and State Treasurer.

I guess if I were to take a step back and think about redesigning the Texas Constitution, I might have to reconsider the concept of elected law enforcement and judges. At the very least, those positions shouldn't be allowed to be partisan. Instead, you get on the ballot by petition and do not state a party preference.
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There is an issue of local control to consider as well. The sheriff is a county-wide office whereas constables are for each precinct. The constables' work is fairly delicate - serving lawsuits, enforcing judgments, etc. You could argue that having these functions administered at the precinct level allows for a greater degree of familiarity with the local population, perhaps reducing the risk of confrontation. Also, having an elected constable acts as an independent check on elected judges.
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Good points.
You could also add that since Constables have county-wide power, and are able to enforce laws and make investigations, they are somewhat of a check on the Sheriff and each other. Of course, I'm not sure that would really work to have Constable X investigating Sheriff Y. It would probably get to a point where Texas Rangers would have to get involved, I guess.
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Posted: 2012/5/22 19:14  Updated: 2012/5/22 21:07
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I just received a mailer from Jerry Raburn for his re-election campaign. As a life long republican, I might have to start inching to the left if this is what the Republican Party is endorsing for a Candidate for Constable.
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I haven't seen the mailer. What was it that bothered you about it?
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Posted: 2012/5/22 21:59  Updated: 2012/5/23 5:51
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it was showing how senator Jane Nelson is supporting Raburn along with these other elected officials that think he's the right man for the job!
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Posted: 2012/5/23 10:58  Updated: 2012/5/23 11:44
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I guess it is time to start campaigning against Senator Jane Nelson and all the other incumbents.
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Posted: 2012/5/23 12:08  Updated: 2012/5/23 12:28
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I should have kept it. The majority of the piece were his Republican credentials. I would rather see what someone has done and their goals... not how much time they've spent with a particular club.
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It is a Republican primary though. It's only natural they'll try to out-Republican each other. That's what our system has devolved to now. This shouldn't even be a partisan office, but since it is, the primary system will try to elect the most extreme.
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Posted: 2012/5/27 20:37  Updated: 2012/5/27 22:52
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Steve,
I just ran across this article and I am very concerned for several reasons. I might have missed it but what was the purpose of having commissioner Mitchell at this meeting? Was she defending constable Raburn? I am a african american and came to the conclusion that the democratic party wasn't working for me so I will be voting as a republican this primary. I thought I heard commissioner Mitchell state on record that she wishes she could have seen those emails earlier. Could she have done something about it and is the Chief Deputy still employed there?
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