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Lubbock County SWAT Leader Sgt Josh Bartlett Killed In Armed Standoff With Suspect
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    Death Penalty Pursued For Omar Soto-Chavira In 2021 TX Murder Of Sgt Josh Bartlett

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    WATCH: LSO SWAT Leader killed in Levelland standoff, 3 others injured

    LEVELLAND, Texas (KCBD) - According to the Justice of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas, Sgt. Josh Bartlett, SWAT Leader for Lubbock County Sheriffs Office was killed in the Levelland SWAT standoff on Thursday afternoon.

    They say two other officers are in critical condition. One is a Hockley County Sheriffs Office deputy and the other is a Levelland police officer. Another Levelland officer has also been injured, but his condition is unknown.

    A Lubbock SWAT team is still on scene dealing with a subject barricaded in a house in the 1100 block of 10th Street in Levelland.

    Please note this is an active scene. More shots were heard just before and after 6 p.m. Our crew has been told, Shots are being fired in all directions.

    Everyone is asked to STAY OUT OF THE AREA around 10th & Avenue J while this situation is ongoing. Levelland Emergency Management says Driving around aimlessly for curiosity hinders the police movements.

    Covenant Hospital in Levelland has been placed on lockdown as a precaution.

    Levelland police got the call at 1:12 p.m., report of a subject who was possibly armed. The situation escalated after officers arrived and the subject barricaded himself inside the home. Our photographer on the scene heard shots fired around 3 p.m.

    The Lubbock County Sheriffs Office, Texas DPS, Levelland police, Hockley County Sheriffs Office and the Levelland Sheriffs Office are all on the scene. They have now been joined by the FBI, the ATF, a K9 unit, a gang unit, and the LPD Mobile Command Unit.

    Covenant Hospital released this statement:

    We are aware of an incident that occurred near Covenant Health Levelland earlier this afternoon. As a precaution, we locked down the hospital to ensure the safety of our patients, caregivers, and visitors. We will remain under lockdown until any threat is clear. We have deployed Covenant security officers to the Levelland hospital as an additional security measure.

    We are supporting our community and law enforcement officers in Levelland and are keeping the Levelland community and the injured officers in our prayers.

    Well continue to update this story as details are released.

    https://www.kwtx.com/2021/07/15/4-of...ital-lockdown/
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    Accused Levelland shooter to be charged with capital murder

    LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - The dust has settled on a SWAT standoff in Levelland, with an investigation now underway. 10th Street and Ave. J was reopened around 9 p.m. Friday, after investigators completed gathering evidence in the area where Lubbock County Sheriffs Sergeant Josh Bartlett was killed in the line of duty.

    22-year-old Omar Soto-Chavira was treated for his injuries at a Lubbock hospital after he was captured Thursday night, following an hours-long standoff with at least eight different law enforcement agencies. His condition is unknown at this time.

    Levelland Police Chief Albert Garcia says Soto-Chavira will be charged with one count of capital murder and two counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer.

    According to law enforcement, State Troopers had already had an encounter with Soto-Chavira earlier that day . A State Trooper reported trying to be baited by the suspect during a traffic stop. It wasnt until later that afternoon a neighbor called and said Soto-Chavira had a gun and was acting strange.

    As of Friday morning, Levelland Police Sergeant Shawn Wilson is in stable but critical condition. Three other officers were treated for their injuries at the hospital and released.

    Were told Texas Rangers are heading the investigation, but its unclear how long law enforcement will be posted at the scene.

    https://www.kcbd.com/2021/07/16/hour...swat-standoff/
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    Soto-Chavira officially booked for capital murder, death of one officer, critically wounding another
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    LUBBOCK and LEVELLAND, Texas — Omar Soto-Chavira, 22, of Levelland was officially booked by the Lubbock County Detention Center on Wednesday. Shortly after he was booked, the booking sheet was updated to reflect a charge of capital murder of a peace officer. It was later updated again to display his most recent booking photo.

    Soto-Chavira was taken to a Lubbock hospital instead of the Hockley County Detention Center last week after an armed standoff in the 1100 block of 10th Street in Levelland.

    Officials said Soto-Chavira shot and wounded multiple officers. Lubbock County Sheriff’s Sergeant Josh Bartlett was shot and killed. Levelland Police Sergeant Shawn Wilson was critically wounded.

    The LCSO SWAT team was on hand to assist Levelland Police with the armed suspect who eventually surrendered.

    Funeral Services for Bartlett are scheduled for Friday (July 23) at Trinity Church in Lubbock.

    The Levelland Police Department released a statement on Wednesday morning, thanking Lubbock and Levelland for its support.

    “To the family – both blood and blue – of fallen hero Sgt. Josh Bartlett of the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office, please know that words are unable to adequately express our heartfelt sorrow at has ultimate sacrifice in defense of our citizens,” the statement said in part.

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    Soto-Chavira, accused of killing LCSO Sgt, also federal charged on Friday

    Federal prosecutors specifically mentioned the power to hold defendant without bond.

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The man accused of murdering Lubbock County Sheriff’s Sergeant Josh Bartlett, Omar Soto-Chavira, 22, was charged with assaulting a federal officer. Soto-Chavira was already charged with capital murder for an armed, deadly standoff with officers in Levelland on July 15.

    Police in Levelland requested help from the LCSO SWAT Team in the 1100 block of 10th Street. While officers were switching positions, Soto-Chavira opened fire, according to an arrest warrant filed in state court.

    Bond was set at $500,000 in the state case.

    “Were Mr. Soto-Chavira to post the $500,000 bond set in the state case, he would be immediately transferred to federal custody, where criminal defendants can be detained without bond,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah.

    During the incident, federal officers also went to Levelland to assist during the hours-long standoff. Reporters on scene heard gunfire through the evening.

    In addition to the loss of Sgt. Bartlett in the line of duty, Levelland Sergeant Shawn Wilson was critically wounded. Three more officers were wounded less severely, authorities said.

    Just after 12:30 p.m. Friday, federal prosecutors released the following statement:

    Accused Levelland Shooter Federally Charged

    The man who allegedly shot and killed a SWAT officer during a standoff in Levelland, Texas earlier this month has been charged with assaulting a federal officer who responded to the scene, announced Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Prerak Shah.

    Omar Soto-Chavira, 22, was charged via criminal complaint on Friday with one count of forcibly assaulting a federal officer engaged in the performance of official duties. Mr. Soto-Chavira has also been charged by the state with capital murder.

    “The state acted swiftly to charge Mr. Soto-Chavira in the murder of Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Josh Bartlett. Were Mr. Soto-Chavira to post the $500,000 bond set in the state case, he would be immediately transferred to federal custody, where criminal defendants can be detained without bond, ” said Acting U.S. Attorney Prerak Shah. “We believe this defendant is a threat to the community, and needs to be kept behind bars. We mourn the loss of Sgt. Bartlett, who served with honor for nine years, and we pray for the other officers who were wounded in the standoff, including Sgt. Shawn Wilson.”

    Local law enforcement has confirmed that during the almost 11-hours standoff, the defendant repeatedly opened fire at agents and officers. Lubbock County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Josh Bartlett was shot in the neck and killed; Levelland Police Sgt. Shawn Wilson was shot in the head and rushed to the hospital, where he remains in critical condition; and two other officers were also shot and wounded.

    Though the federal criminal complaint against Mr. Soto-Chavira remains sealed, the federal arrest warrant was unsealed shortly after it was filed this morning.

    A complaint is merely an allegation of criminal conduct, not evidence. Like all defendants, Mr. Soto-Chavira is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

    If convicted in the federal case, he faces up to 20 years in federal prison. He faces a potential death sentence if convicted on state charges.

    The Levelland Police Department, Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office SWAT, and Lubbock Police Department SWAT conducted the investigation with the assistance of Homeland Security Investigations, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Dallas Field Office, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives’ Dallas Field Division, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Dallas Field Division, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Texas Rangers, and the Hockley County District Attorney’s Office. Assistant U.S. Attorney Sean Long is prosecuting the federal case.

    https://www.everythinglubbock.com/ne...ged-on-friday/
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    More Charges Brought Against murder Suspect

    Levelland, Texas (AP) – Federal prosecutors say the suspect charged in the fatal shooting of a SWAT officer in a small West Texas city during a standoff last week has been charged with a federal crime. Omar Soto-Chavira was charged Friday with assaulting a federal officer who responded to the scene. Prosecutors say the 22 year old defendant repeatedly opened fire on law enforcement during the almost 11 hour July 15 standoff at a house in Levelland, west of Lubbock. Soto-Chavira was already charged in state court this week with capital murder in the death of Lubbock County sheriff’s Sgt. Josh Bartlett.

    https://www.wbap.com/2021/07/24/more...urder-suspect/
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    If he is convicted, I will ask for the death penalty: What we learned about the charges against Omar Soto-Chavira

    LUBBOCK, Texas A Hockley County grand jury on Wednesday issued two indictments against Omar Soto-Chavira, the suspect in the deadly July standoff that killed Lubbock County Sheriffs sergeant Josh Bartlett and severely wounded Levelland Police officer Shawn Wilson.

    The move is the first step in a legal process initiated Wednesday in an announcement by multiple law enforcement agencies, including the sheriffs for Lubbock and Hockley counties, the Levelland Police, and the Texas Department of Public Safety.


    Hockley County District Attorney Angela Overman, the lead prosecutor in the case, said she will seek the ultimate sentence.

    If he is convicted of shooting and killing a police officer, then I will ask for the death penalty, Overman said.

    Levelland Police Chief Albert Garcia also provided an update on the status of wounded officer Shawn Wilson, who has been in intensive recovery after suffering a bullet wound to the head July 15.

    He is steadily improving every day, and we are very hopeful at some point he is going to be able to come back as a fully-certified police officer once again. We are holding his spot for him, Chief Garcia said.

    Law enforcement declined to say whether they know of a motive in the murder case. They would not give an estimate on when they expect the trial to begin, although District Attorney Overman said she plans to pursue the capital murder charge first. They explained there are still many outlying questions that they hope to answer through more investigation and litigation.

    The question of why? is one we are always trying to answer, Hockley County sheriff Ray Scifres said. Why someone would do something so bad. That why? question will haunt a lot of folks for awhile. But that answer will come.

    District Attorney Overman did indicate this is only the first phase of a legal process, and she does intend to bring more criminal indictments against Soto-Chavira.

    Weve got more to come, she said. Were just getting started.

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    If sentenced to death, he will be the first death row inmate from Hockley County
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