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12, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Lubbock man sentenced to more than 6 years in prison for child pornography possession
A 58-year-old Lubbock, Texas, man, who admitted possessing child pornography, was sentenced this morning. Rassie Cleveland Martin was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison.
09, Apr 2015 - Lubbock 122 gang members arrested in Lubbock as part of ICE's 'Project Wildfire'
In Lubbock, Texas, HSI special agents and task force officers arrested 122 known or suspected gang members and associates.
05, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Rocklin Woman Caught with 165 Pounds of Pot in Texas Sentenced to 2 Years
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP)- A California woman caught in Texas with about 165 pounds of marijuana in her rented vehicle must serve two years in federal prison. Christini Lynn Brashear of Rocklin, California, was sentenced Thursday in Lubbock. Brashear in November pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Abilene police on Christmas Day, 2013, […]
05, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Californian gets 2 years in drug case, stopped on Texas road
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — A California woman caught in Texas with about 165 pounds of marijuana in her rented vehicle must serve two years in federal prison. Abilene police on Christmas Day, 2013, received calls about an SUV eastbound on Interstate 20 but traveling just 5 miles an hour.
03, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Texas Senate approves new curbs on synthetic drugs
AUSTIN - Synthetic drugs blamed for causing deaths and injuries in Houston and other Texas cities would become controlled substances and could no longer be sold openly under legislation approved Tuesday by the state Senate. A San Antonio police officer testified at a Senate Committee hearing how homeless Texans are using the substances, and medical officials from Denton and Lubbock said ...
02, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Immigration bill likely to clear Texas Senate panel
AUSTIN >> A bill allowing local police to enforce immigration law regardless of their bosses' orders appeared likely to clear its first hurdle Monday in the Texas Senate over the objections of several prominent El Pasoans.
01, Apr 2015 - Lubbock Bank robbery suspect facing federal charges
Starlene Delacruz, 31, of Lubbock, Texas, has been charged in a federal complaint with robbing the Prosperity Bank on University Avenue in Lubbock on Friday, March 13, 2015, announced John Parker, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas.
27, Mar 2015 - Lubbock LPD: 5 arrested, charged in car thefts
Officer Williams received information about a stolen vehicle from Slaton, Texas that possibly was at a motel in Lubbock.
23, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Lubbock man gets 45 years for strangling wife; body dumped
LUBBOCK, Texas—Prosecutors say a Lubbock man sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing his wife slept beside her corpse before dumping her body in Big Spring.
23, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Texas Tech to confer honorary degree on Tim Cole
Texas Tech University System regents have voted to confer a posthumous honorary degree on a wrongfully convicted Tech student who died in prison.
23, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Tech to vote on posthumous honorary degree during Friday meeting
Tim Cole didn’t graduate from Texas Tech. Instead of spending his days in the university’s classroom, Cole spent them behind bars after being wrongfully convicted of raping a fellow Red Raider. Although Cole, 39, died in prison in 1999 — 10 years before he was exonerated — he may soon posthumously get the degree he never had the opportunity to work toward. read more
23, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Texas Tech regents to vote on posthumous honorary degree during Friday meeting
Tim Cole didn’t graduate from Texas Tech. Instead of spending his days in the university’s classrooms, Cole spent them behind bars after being wrongfully convicted of raping a fellow Red Raider. Although Cole, 39, died in prison in 1999 — 10 years before he was exonerated — he may soon posthumously get the degree he never had the opportunity to receive. read more
15, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Lubbock man's DWI conviction appeal denied
Justices in the Seventh Court of Appeals of Texas denied a Lubbock man’s appeal of his 2014 DWI conviction in Lubbock County Court at Law 1. Chief Justice Brian Quinn and justices Mackey Hancock and Patrick Pirtle said in an opinion released Tuesday they disagreed with two issues Hermilo Sanchez-Tapia raised. Sanchez-Tapia was sentenced May 7, 2014, to 270 days in jail following his conviction ...
10, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Former Texas Tech football player, Lubbock entrepreneur arrested in Virginia
A former Texas Tech and NFL football player and local entrepreneur faces criminal charges after an arrest last month in Virginia Beach, Va. Curtis Wayne Jordan, 61, was arrested on Jan. 25 and charged with strangulation resulting in wounding as well as charges of felonious assault and grand larceny, according to an email to A-J Media from Tonya Borman of the Virginia Beach Police Department ...
10, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Former Garland, Texas man admits aiming a laser pointer at helicopter
A former resident of Garland, Texas, appeared in federal court this morning, before U.S. Magistrate Judge Irma C. Ramirez, and admitted aiming a laser pointer at a helicopter, announced John Parker, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas.
10, Mar 2015 - Lubbock Lawyer of Curtis Jordan, former Tech football player, says client not guilty
The attorney representing Curtis Jordan, the former Texas Tech football player and current owner of Cujo’s Sportz bar, has released a statement for Jordan’s case. Jordan was arrested by Virginia Beach police on Jan. 25 and charged with strangulation resulting in wounding as well as grand larceny and felonious assault, according to an email from the Virginia Beach Police Department. read more
25, Feb 2015 - Lubbock Lubbock officer on leave in prostitution, oppression cases
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - A West Texas police officer has been charged with official oppression and prostitution after allegedly paying a woman for sex while off-duty.
17, Feb 2015 - Lubbock Lubbock man gets 45 years for strangling wife, body dumped
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Prosecutors say a Lubbock man sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing his wife slept beside her corpse before dumping her body in Big Spring.
09, Feb 2015 - Lubbock 1 dead after plane crashes into West Texas TV tower
LUBBOCK, Texas — One man is dead after the small aircraft he was flying crashed into a TV tower as he approached an airport in West Texas. Emergency workers searched late Wednesday near the KCBD-TV tower in Lubbock for any other victims. Lubbock police said Thursday that the pilot was alone.
09, Feb 2015 - Lubbock Small plane crashes into Texas TV tower, pilot killed
(Reuters) - The pilot of a small plane died on Wednesday night after crashing into a TV tower in western Texas, officials said, knocking a television station off the air. The single-engine plane crashed into the tower near the Preston Smith International Airport in Lubbock, Texas around 8 p.m. local time, said Lubbock Police Sergeant Phil Rolan. The Federal Aviation Administration said the plane ...
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