Monthly Archives: October 2019

Levelland Police Continue Looking for Stolen Pickup

Levelland Police continue to look for a Ford F250 Super Duty pickup that was stolen from the Paxton Place area in the Ridgecrest Addition east of the high school Sunday morning. The pickup is described as brick or dark brown … Continue reading

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Obituary: Jimmie Wade Putman, 78 of Sundown

Funeral Services are scheduled for Jimmie W. Putman, 78 of Sundown. Services are set for Monday, October 28th, 2019 at 11:00 am in the Krestridge Funeral Home in Levelland. Burial will follow in the Sundown Cemetery. He passed away on … Continue reading

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Levelland Chamber of Commerce Recognizes Volunteers at Annual Luncheon

The Levelland Chamber of Commerce held their annual Awards Luncheon on Friday. They recognized their many volunteers that work together to make Levelland a better place. Andrea Garcia was recognized as the Young Professional of the Year. She currently serves … Continue reading

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Levelland Police Execute Arrest Warrant Wednesday

Levelland Police were on routine patrol Wednesday morning and located a wanted suspect outside the residence at 306 North College Avenue. Two officers were in the area and knew the suspect had an outstanding warrant. One officer located the suspect … Continue reading

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Person of Interest in Levelland Murder Indicted on Drug Charge

Ricky Don Henderson of Levelland was served with legal papers for a sealed indictment handed down in Hockley County earlier this month in the Taylor County Jail on Thursday. Henderson was indicted by a Hockley County Grand Jury for Delivery … Continue reading

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Levelland City Council Holds Special Meeting

The Levelland city council met in a special meeting on Wednesday. The council reviewed bids for three marked patrol units for the Police Department. Smith South Plains submitted a bid of $166,178 for three 2020 Ford Explorers, while John Roley’s … Continue reading

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Levelland Police Respond to a Variety of Calls

Levelland police are currently investigating the theft of a firearm. Officers were called to K-Bar Texas Electric to meet with an employee who stated that he had purchased a 12 gauge pump action shotgun approximately four months ago and placed … Continue reading

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