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The late “Scotty” Brown & former Sheriff Bill Foster

The late “Scotty” Brown, a Richards cattle rancher, left, is infamous for outwitting local law enforcement officers and the DEA as he smuggled drugs from Mexico into Grimes County in the 80s. Scotty’s methods are mentioned in the recently released book, Texas Greed, written by his son Jimmy. To his right is former Sheriff Bill Foster.

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  • vanceauberry posted at 9:28 am on Tue, Feb 8, 2011.

    vanceauberry Posts: 2

    I can,t say any thing bad about Jimmy Brown I have I became his friend in 1986 I moved to Alaska in 1997 I would fly many times back to Texas Jimmy Brown would always pick me up from the air port I suffered I major Nov 3 2009 I was recovering at the Navasota Nuseing Rehab Home i navasota I could not walk and no one could find the time to take me any ware Jimmy Brown came as soon as I called ,HE has never turned me down when i was in need.Once i was jailed for steling my own BQ pit in mountgurmy and the police towed my truck Jimmy not only got me out of jail he took me to get my truck out of the tow yard in montgumrey they was going to charge me $250 Jimmy was friends with Tracy Wright who ran the tow yard ,Jimmy got my truck back for $ 75 HE has written about me in his book ,I have not read it yet is is coming to me by mail I am living in central amirica i must have got 30 email about jimmys book I have just writen A book that took me one year to wright STROKE ON UNLEVEL GROUND It,s tells the story how I recovered from my stroke alone with my own therapy and how the Navasota rehab did not provide the proper care and the DR asigend to care for me DR SCRMOTO who i never saw until after 3 weeks in the nurseing home when i requested to see him ,so my book will help people get the proper care recover faster. ps ,there is a story in my book about jimmy brown.

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