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SHERMAN, TX -- A former Grayson County deputy has pleaded guilty to charges relating to thousands of dollars of stolen guns.

Errin Luton, 37, of Gordonville, changed his plea to guilty in an appearance in 59th District Court on Thursday morning.

Under a plea arrangement, Luton faces a maximum of six years in jail and a $10,000 fine. According to the Sheriff's office, deputies recovered some of the guns from pawn shops.

Luton formal sentencing is set for November 30th. His lawyer says that Luton paid about $50,000 as full restitution for the guns.