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Ephraim Flores
Named Salutatorian
SPC honored 18 during Evening Police Academy Graduation
held Wednesday

(07/29/15 Email spc-l) - LEVELLAND - South Plains College recently hosted the 2014-15 Evening Police Academy graduation ceremony Wednesday (July 22) at 6 p.m. in the Sundown Room in the Student Services Building on the Levelland campus. The class features 18 graduates.

Awards were presented to Todd L. Yates of Lubbock, Valedictorian; Ephraim Flores of Hale Center, Salutatorian; Yates and Flores, Top Gun; and Dominic Cerda of Lubbock, Physical Fitness.

The members of the graduating class from Hockley County are April Cardona, Olga Ruiz Lozano and Reynaldo Nino, all of Levelland; and Natally Villegas of Smyer.

Graduates from Lubbock are Frank M. Alvarado Jr., Rodney Shey Bowen, Cerda, Dionicio Gonzales, Elroy Holmes II, Monica M. Lopez, Christopher Jamaal Quinton, Matthew Rocha and Yates.

Area graduates are Flores of Hale Center; Mike J. Marquez and Ruben Ramirez Jr., both of Plainview; and Abelardo Vega of Amherst.

The out-of-state graduate is Tanner Carl Robbins of Farmington, N.M.

The 16-week curriculum meets the requirements of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. This includes coursework in law, driving, shooting and other tactical skills. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the state licensure examination to become a Texas Peace Officer.

For more details about the SPC Law Enforcement Program, call (806) 716-2291.

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