Oh Amarillo SWAT, let me count the ways I love thee. I swear, there are bigger cities in America that use their SWAT team far less than it seems Amarillo does, but here we are again.

It was only about a month ago when I wrote about the chaos that surrounds our SWAT team, and they're back with a fresh installment for us...and some questions.

SWAT recently descended upon a home on S. Mirror St. after obtaining a search warrant for the home. Law enforcement said they knew the home was storing a large amount of drugs prior to the investigation of the home.

That's not the part where the chaos comes from. Now, I don't have any personal experience in raids, only what I see in movies and TV. However, I'm assuming it's pretty similar to what we see.

As officials were securing the home, they apparently saw Landis Barrow leaving the home as they were entering the home.

Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't every possible entrance or exit to the home be covered by at least one agent as a raid is happening? The last thing you want is someone sneaking out a window or door.

Somehow, Barrow was able to walk out of the home and start placing a call to 911. He told the operator that he was being shot at, but in all likelihood, he was referring to the flash bang that gets thrown into the home.

Barrow was ultimately found and apprehended at Pine St., but I'm really concerned about how he was able to just stroll out of the house while officials were entering the premises. Talk about making your job harder than it needed to be

Stay tuned for our next episode of Amarillo SWAT next month. Why do I feel like we could start a reality show wrapped around our crew?

Executed Death Row Inmates from the Texas Panhandle

The following individuals were convicted of Capital Murder for crimes committed in the Texas Panhandle (Amarillo and its surrounding areas) and sentenced to death by lethal injection. Read a brief summary on the area's executed Death Row inmates.

All information and photos have been taken from TDCJ and court records.

Thrilled to Be There: the Smiling Mugshots of Hutchinson County

Hutchinson County has plenty of people who have committed a criminal blunder (or two). And just like any other bigger city, jail is no fun. However, some of the residents of Borger and Stinnett are believers in keeping their spirits high in the face of adversity.

Not sure what we mean?

Well....let's just say that Randall County's cheerful inmates aren't the only ones who seem happy to be arrested....While there’s nothing funny about committing a crime, these offenders in Hutchinson County certainly do know how to light up a pod with their smile :-)

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