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Twelve Reagor-Dykes Auto Group employees have pleaded guilty in federal court in connection to the auto giant criminal case. Three of those were set to be sentenced on two separate dates in January. All three sentencing hearings were cancelled.
A Lubbock man who faced up to 10 years and a $250,000 fine for attempting to send obscene material to a minor, has been sentenced to 27 months. He has also been sentenced to three years of supervised release.
Lubbock Police Chief Floyd Mitchell and Lubbock Fire Rescue Chief Shaun Fogerson are asking drivers to slow down and be mindful of their surroundings as winter weather comes through the South Plains again.
After a racially charged video was sent to a young woman by a Texas Tech student on November 21, 2019, the TTU Dean of Students took to Twitter to address the video, and now Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec has issued a statement.
The Texas Tech Police Department executed an off-campus search warrant with the assistance of the Lubbock Police Department which led to the arrest of 17-year-old Dominic Rodriguez for the sexual assault. He is now in custody at the Lubbock County Jail.
Lubbock Police Chief Floyd Mitchell held a news conference on Friday, reviewing the details of the double homicide at Club Level on New Year's Day and outlining department efforts to deal with crime in the area going forward.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) reported on Dec. 5, 2019 they seized 3,350 pounds of suspected marijuana after a Texas Highway Patrol Trooper stopped a U-Haul in Carson County. Nearly one month later, the federal case has been dismissed by the District Court for the Northern District of
Kent Griffith, a now former Garza County Sheriff’s Office deputy, has been indicted by a grand jury on a charge of aggravated assault by a public servant, according to Garza County Sheriff Terry Morgan.
In July of 2016, the Valero in Wolfforth was robbed by a man wearing a blue shirt that said “Tickle My Pickle” and was driving a motorcycle with ape hanger handlebars, according to police reports. In December of 2016, police believed they had positively identified the man as now 38-year-old Nathanie
Ricky Don Henderson, 58, pleaded guilty today, December 17, 2019, in the 286th Judicial District Court to the Second Degree Felony charge of Delivery of a Controlled Substance to a Minor and was sentenced to 20 years in prison by Judge J. Michael “Pat” Phelan.