FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A jury is set to resume deliberations Tuesday morning in the double-dipping trial of a former Tarrant County Deputy Constable.

Keith Johnson is accused of falsifying his government time sheets to collect thousands of dollars in county pay for hours he didn’t work.

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Keith Johnson – former Tarrant Co. Deputy Constable (CBS 11)

He was indicted after a CBS 11 I-Team investigation found him providing private security for Walmart while he was supposed to be on duty for the county.

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Defense attorneys argued Johnson was following the orders of a chief deputy who pleaded guilty last year to the same scheme.