A former El Paso police detective - fired last year for it off-duty involvement with juveniles without notifying the Police Department in writing - was arrested Tuesday on charges of harboring the runaway son of a college dean. ***, 37, of the 100 block of Fountain on the West Side, was released from the El Paso County Jail after posting $1,000 bond, jail records show. According to a police report filed Sept. 13, ***, dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Texas at El Paso, told police that his son had run away Sept. 8 and was staying at *** home. In a report filed Sept. 8, *** told police his son had been enrolled in the KIDS of El Paso Inc. drug rehabilitation program for 17 months and that he ran away with another youth who was staying at the *** home as part of that program. *** son, ***, turned 17 in September, after he left *** home. But while he was there he was, under law, a juvenile. *** declined to comment when contacted Wednesday. *** said he did not want to comment publicly on his arrest until after police finished an investigation into an incident in which the elder *** allegedly forced his way into the home of one of *** neighbors, looking for his son. "I want to see if everything is played across the board," he said. When *** was fired from the Police Department in July 1987, police officials would say only that he was fired for violating rules, regulations, and policies of the Police Department. In later interviews, *** said he was fired because police officials were worried about his off-duty involvement with what he called troubled youth. Such involvement resulted in *** being fired in 1979, but after a jury refused to indict him the El Paso Civil Service Commission ordered him returned to his job.