Owner of funeral home arrested in Levelland - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Owner of funeral home arrested in Levelland

LEVELLAND, TX (KCBD) - Gloria Irene Mejorado, the owner of Head & Duarte Funeral Home in Levelland has bonded out of the Hockley County jail following her arrest on Wednesday.

Hockley County District Attorney Christopher Dennis says an arrest warrant was executed on the funeral home and premises of the business and several boxes of documents were seized.

Dennis says authorities were looking for evidence of several legal violations related to her business.

He says Mejorado is currently charged with a state jail felony which has a maximum punishment of two years in state jail and a fine of up to $10,000.

Dennis says this is a current and active investigation and says there may be other charges brought against Mejorado in the coming weeks.

We contacted the Head & Duarte Funeral Home but they declined to comment.

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