Monthly Archives: August 2016

Police Make Arrest in Knifing Incident on SPC Campus

Police announced late Friday that an arrest was made in the knifing incident which occurred on the SPC Levelland campus Thursday morning. Police arrested Michael Ray Resendez, 23 of Levelland on charges of aggrevated assault with a deadly weapon and … Continue reading

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Former Levelland Coach Arrested on 2 Felony Charges

Former Levelland High School Softball Coach Scot Justin Hays, 41 of Lubbock was arrested at 12:06pm this afternoon in Lubbock by the Texas Department of Public Safety on 2 warrants out of Hockley County.  He was reportedly arrested by a … Continue reading

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SPC Police Investigate a Knife Fight Thursday Morning

The South Plains College Police Department and Levelland Police Department responded to a call of a knifing in front of the Natatorium on the SPC Levelland Campus. The incident occurred at approximately 5:30am Thursday morning.  Very little information has been … Continue reading

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Judge Issues Ruling Out of Federal Court–Levelland PD Officers Cleared

Northern District of Texas Court Judge Sam Cummings issued a ruling in the case of Emilia Espinoza vs. City of Levelland Police Department.  The defendants had made a motion for summary judgement and that motion was granted. According to federal … Continue reading

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Levelland Business Owner Visiting Flooded Areas of Louisiana

Annette Sykora, Owner and Operator of Smith South Plains in Levelland is in Louisiana this week along with other members of the National Auto Dealers Association (NADA) visiting with new-car dealership families who have been displaced by the recent flooding … Continue reading

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Levelland High School Begins Classes for 2016-2017 With Renovated Campus

It was Back to School for Levelland ISD on Monday.  Levelland High School Students are going back to a renovated building.  The high school renovations were completed last week as part of the $39.4 Million Bond Issue. Some of those … Continue reading

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Department of Justice Ruling Could Have Implications on Garza County

The Department of Justice issued a ruling that they plan to discontinue the use of privately operated prisons including one right here on the South Plains in Garza County. Garza County Judge Lee Norman said he will work to “protect … Continue reading

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