Two more plead guilty in big Levelland drug bust - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/15/09

Two more plead guilty in big Levelland drug bust

Source: Lubbock Sheriff's Office Source: Lubbock Sheriff's Office

By James Clark | email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - There are two more guilty pleas in the huge July 10th drug bust in Levelland.  It's the same bust that netted two former Hockley County sheriff's deputies. 

Kenneth Ray Johnson admits distribution of methamphetamine and will be sentenced later to as many as 20 years in prison. Steven Allen Savell admits unlawful use of a communications facility and could face up to four years. 

Including these latest plea bargains, NewsChannel 11 finds records of 10 defendants in the case who have pleaded guilty.

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7/29/09
Another major drug bust in Levelland, 12 arrested

A six month investigation led to a second major narcotics round-up in Levelland Wednesday morning. The bust involved the Levelland Police, Hockley County District Attorney's Office, and the Texas Department of Public Safety.

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