SPC to honor Law Enforcement Academy graduates on Aug.  16


LEVELLAND – South Plains College will honor the 2019 Law Enforcement Academy graduates during a ceremony at 6 p.m. on Friday (Aug. 16) in the Sundown Room.   

The Hockley County graduates are A.J. Campos and Victoria A. Cisneros, both of Levelland; and Cameron H. Chance of Sundown. 

The members of the graduating class from Lubbock County are Austin Creager, Tyler Evans, Casey McCasland, Timothy Mojica Jr., Alexus Montemayor and Angel Rodriguez, all of Lubbock; 

Area graduates are Eric Escalante of Denver City; Victor G. Feregrino and Marcos Hinojos, both of Petersburg; Israel Flores and Lance Lucero, both of Hale Center; Jaylon Jackson, Sergio Martinez and Quinten Sells, all of Plainview; and Corbin Saenz of Lamesa. 

Also graduating are Micah Adamson and William Holsey, both of Borger; Manda Carrizales and Natalya Rackley, both of Snyder; Jake Daniel of Fritch; Colby Grigsby of Iraan; Connor Tedrick of Denton; and Brandon Young of Quanah. 

Out of state graduates are Tim Flaxington of Ashburnham, Mass., and Jesus Emilio Miranda of Manteca, Calif.   

For more details about the SPC Law Enforcement Program, contact Debbie Hale, departmental administrative assistant to Professional Services and Energy, at (806) 716-2291.