Details Emerge in Lubbock Aggravated Robbery and Human Trafficking Case
Lubbock County Detention Center
The check of public records provided new information in a Lubbock Aggravated Robbery and Human Trafficking with Sexual Conduct case.
Thursday, it was revealed that $2,304, 30 grams of marijuana, less than a gram of a white powdery substance, an AR-15, and three handguns were taken in as evidence after Diewon Ray Cyphers (24) was arrested on charges of Aggravated Robbery on February 12.
6 days earlier, Cyphers fled the scene after being spotted by police in the 3600 block of Harvard St. struggling for a gun inside an SUV with the shooting victim, Danorris Smith.
Cyphers already had an on-going charge of Human Trafficking with Sexual Conduct dating back to March of last year after being accused of forcing a then 17 year-old girl to partake in prostitution.
The victim whom has not been named alleged Cyphers took her her I.D. and social security card, physically assaulted her and forced two other girls in to prostitution.
Thursday, Cyphers was held in the Lubbock County Jail on bonds totaling $350,000.