Hockley County Sheriffs track down fugitive in Levelland - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Hockley County Sheriffs track down fugitive in Levelland

Bobby Joe Cisneros (Source: Hockley County Sheriff's Office) Bobby Joe Cisneros (Source: Hockley County Sheriff's Office)

Provided by Hockley County Sheriff's Office

Hockley County Sheriffs arrested a fugitive on Friday, with the cooperation of a Lubbock task force.

Bobby Joe Cisneros was arrested for five warrants including: Obstruction/Retaliation, Stalking, Terroristic Threat, and multiple warrants for Violation of Protective Order.

Investigators received information from citizens that indicated Cisneros had fled the area in August shortly after the warrants were issued. More recent information indicated he had returned to the area.

Hockley County investigators found him and arrested him without incident in the 800 block Avenue H in Levelland.

Cisneros was booked into the Hockley County Jail on Friday evening.

Deputies would like to thank the Task Force officers for their valuable assistance, as well as the concerned citizens that provided information that directly led to Cisneros' capture.

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