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Police Identify Woman Found Dead in Central Lubbock Blaze

Lubbock Police have officially ruled the death of a woman in a fire from earlier this week a homicide.

No one has been charged in connection with Denise Alonzo’s death. The fire took place Tuesday morning at a duplex in the 1600 block of 58th Street. Alonzo’s husband escaped the blaze and was found covered in blood.

Police said he admitted to killing Alonzo and then setting the duplex on fire. He has yet to be charged.

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