I did enroll but withdrew pretty quickly, within a few weeks like within the amount of time where I got some of my money back, and I was not around long enough to get grades or anything like that. I figured that would hurt me a little bit but maybe not as much as if I'd stayed and gotten bad grades or something.
You definitely need to look into this further before you spend any time and money on LSAT prep or applications. I honestly don't have any idea how schools will treat that.
I'm sort of pulling this out of my rear since I haven't really looked at how the schools treat reverse splitters, but if they will look at you as a new law school applicant as opposed to a transfer student, given your law enforcement background I would personally be pretty surprised if you didn't get accepted to all the schools in your initial post. That said, have you looked at the LSAT prep forum on this site and done everything possible to max out, namely powerscore bibles and tons of PT's? If you could crack 163, Baylor might give you full tuition and if you could break 165+ you could probably get alot of money from SMU.
As to UNM and OU, I really have no idea how they place. You can probably count on not coming back to Texas though. They both dominate their region, but both legal markets are tiny. Biglaw is probably extremely unlikely from OU and nearly impossible from UNM. They might place ok into small law or in to PD and DA offices in the state. I know that some OU grads try to become landmen, but you don't really need a law degree to do that.