Lubbock Police say that Juan Gilberto Mora reportedly stabbed 28-year-old Elizabeth Garcia multiple times in her apartment at the Toledo Court Apartment Complex at around 11:45 p.m. Sunday, April 6th.
Lubbock Police found 28-year-old Elizabeth Garcia in her apartment with multiple stab wounds to her torso and head. Garcia was taken to University Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.
Perry announced Monday that he has named Felix Browne as director of communications and Hugh Addington as director of scheduling and advance.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of the South Plains will hold the “Stand up for Kids” event on Saturday, April 5th from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Since the LCU Symphonic Band began five years ago, it has grown in interest and number, and donations to support the ongoing construction of the new band hall will be accepted at Thursday’s concert.
The Outstanding Law Review Article Award honors a law review article published by one of the Texas law schools during the preceding calendar year.
The suspect in both incidents is described as a black male, standing 5’9” to six feet tall and weighing about 190 pounds.
Federal and local agents are on scene at the base, where all personnel have been ordered to “shelter in place.”
According to the LPD press release, the suspect walked in through the front door on Tuesday night, brandished a gun, and demanded money from the store clerk. Lubbock Police need the public's help in identifying the suspect.
The driver fled in the vehicle, then pulled onto the front yard of his residence in the 200 block of Cherry Avenue and fled on foot.