Police & Public Record

Enrollment open for EMS class

By Bev Odom/The Red River Sun— WELLINGTON — For those interested in a great opportunity to serve the community and gain a valuable skill set, enrollment is now open for an Emergency Medical Technician course that begins soon. Wellington EMS Administrator Farris Nation will teach the class, which will be limited to 20 students. With a…

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Collingsworth Police Blotter

Busy week for law enforcement Jail Book In – 0 Jail Book Out – 0 Inmates transferred to other agency – 0 Jail population – 6 Civil papers served – 0 Reminder: Please call the Sheriff’s Office to report controlled burns to keep from having unnecessary dispatches at 806-447-2588. The number to Crime Stoppers is…

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Childress woman gets prison sentence

Special to The Sun— CHILDRESS – On Tuesday, Sept. 29, three pleas took place in the 100th Judicial District Court in the Childress County Courthouse. Luke Inman, the District Attorney for the 100th Judicial District, along with Assistant District Attorney Harley Caudle, prosecuted the case for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart…

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At the Childress Municipal Airport

A week full of fuel and practice By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager— CHILDRESS – Friday, Oct. 2, a Cessna 172 did some local practice, and a Piper Seneca stopped for fuel on his way from Nevada to Alabama. A Cessna Citation came in from Alabama and stayed overnight. Saturday, Oct. 3, the Citation departed, and a…

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Childress woman sentenced to 18 months in prison

Special to The Sun— MEMPHIS – A Childress woman was sentenced to 18 months in prison and two men were placed on probation Sept. 23, in the 100th Judicial District Court in Hall County. Angela Lee McClendon, 44, was sentenced to state jail for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information. The offense, a state…

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At the Childress Municipal Airport

Beech T34 military trainer fuels up By Tiffany Tully/FBO Manager— CHILDRESS – Friday, Sept. 25, a Cessna Stationair flew in from Colorado to pick up a passenger. A Torrance Epic stopped for fuel and lunch on its way from Florida to Oregon, and an MD 900 helicopter dropped in for fuel as well. A Beechcraft…

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Collingsworth Police Blotter

Busy week for law enforcement  Jail Book In – 1 Jail Book Out – 0 Inmates transferred to other agency – 0 Jail population – 6 Civil papers served – 1   Reminder: Please call the Sheriff’s Office to report controlled burns to keep from having unnecessary dispatches at 806-447-2588. The number to Crime Stoppers…

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Childress Police Blotter

Special to The Sun— CHILDRESS – Childress Police arrest nine over a two-week span on possession charges. Sept. 4, Tony Hinton, 38, arrested for possession of a controlled substanceless than 1 gram. Sept. 4, Travonte Dowdy, 29, arrested for possession of marijuana greater than 5 pounds and less or equal to 50 pounds. Sept. 4,…

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Childress County Office of the Sheriff

Truck wheel causes fires in median, ditch On the afternoon of Sept. 2, Deputy Haynes was dispatched two miles east of Childress on U.S. 287 in regard to a stranded motorist. When he arrived, he made contact with David Spears of Lake Charles, La., who said his pickup truck had lost a wheel. The wheel…

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Political announcement

Brim – Pct. 1 commissioner seat WELLINGTON — As a candidate for Collingsworth County Commissioner Precinct 1, I would like to introduce myself to the citizens of Collingsworth County. I know many people of this awesome county but there are those of whom I have not yet had the pleasure of meeting. To begin, I was…

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