Castro County missing woman found - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/28/09

Castro County missing woman found

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The woman who officials say had been kidnapped at gunpoint has been recovered. Tuesday night, Castro County put out an all points bulletin for Lynn Simms.

They say she was on the phone calling 911 when 57-year-old Ronnie Stowers kidnapped her at gunpoint. Simms turned up overnight in lea county New Mexico.

Stowers was also found in Lea County having shot himself. That is according to an official statement. Stowers was brought to University Medical Center in Lubbock.

Simms was treated and released from a hospital in Lovington, New Mexico.

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A Castro County woman is missing, and authorities believe her to be with a man who is armed.
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