Authorities capture potential homicide suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/30/09

Authorities capture potential homicide suspect

Source: Brownfield PD Source: Brownfield PD
Source: Brownfield News Source: Brownfield News

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Thursday afternoon, the Terry County Sheriff's Department captured 24-year-old Chris Martinez.

Martinez is not charged with murder, but he does have plenty of other charges. Authorities suspect he has some involvement in the death of Pete Martinez.

Pete Martinez died in the early morning hours of July 20th, after suffering a gunshot wound to the neck.

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7/20/09
Brownfield Police investigate deadly shooting
Brownfield Police continues to seek suspects in an early morning shooting that left 25-year-old Pete Martinez dead.

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