Warrants issued to four suspects indicted in connection with a crime spree - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/22/09

Warrants issued to four suspects indicted in connection with a crime spree

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Warrants have been issued to four suspects indicted in connection with a crime spree that included shooting out windows with BB guns. Police issued warrants for Valarie Martinez, Mathew Garcia, Alex Rena, and Stephen Salazar for 35 different charges of criminal mischief and organized crime. 

Police arrested the four back in December 2008 in the 1300 block of I27. Authorities found BB guns inside the vehicle, several homes and businesses in the area reported broken windows, which police say had been shot.

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