The indictment alleges that 23-year-old James Aaron Sims robbed the Texas Plains Federal Credit Union in Amarillo on February 3rd, 2014.
The U.S. Attorney’s office says that Kelcy sold, traded, and pawned several high-value military surplus items. Count Two of the indictment alleges that Kelcy also attempted to sell or pawn a Thompson Ramo Wooldridge M14 machine gun.
Candidates that will be in attendance at the event include Austin Carrizales, candidate for Lubbock County Judge; Ed Tishler for Texas House District 84; and Neal Marchbanks for U.S. Congress, District 19.
The monthly rent at the current Godeke location is $25,000 per month, and rent at the new location would be $6,315 per month through August of 2016.
The search yielded more than eight pounds of cocaine valued at more than $253,000.
As the staff members attempted to coax the student out of the water, he fell and was completely wet.
A suspect reportedly approached a victim that was using the after-hours deposit box at First Bank and Trust and demanded money while pointing a gun at the victim.
Crime Line is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the prosecution of the suspect, up from $2,500 last week.
The four justices will hold court on Wednesday, February 12th at Lubbock Christian University in the Baker Conference Center.