Lubbock Woman Accused in Murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/28/03

Lubbock Woman Accused in Murder

A Lubbock woman turned herself in to police in the murder case of Francisco Aguilar. Enedelia Sepeda is being held at the Lubbock County Jail. She was scheduled to be arraigned Friday night for the murder of Aguilar.

Last Sunday morning Aguilar was found bleeding on the floor of his kitchen in the 2100 block of Avenue L. He was severely beaten and later died of his injuries.

Police had been looking for a woman who was seen fleeing the area where Aguilar was attacked.

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