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4/8/03

Busy Day at Lubbock Grand Jury

Tuesday was a busy day for a Lubbock grand jury.

They indicted three men accused of torturing another man for four hours. And three others are facing murder indictments. Phillip Edward Clark, Clements Gerald "Moe" McGlaughlin and Shane Wilkins are all charged with severely beating Frank Beck. It happened two weeks ago inside a building at University and Grinnell Street. Police say Beck was beaten unconscious and later a pit bull attacked his face. Beck was eventually allowed to leave but it wasn't until four days later when his wife convinced him to tell police. Right now all three suspects are being held on $500,000 bond.

The grand jury also indicted Armando Sandoval for the murder of his common law wife, Christina Moreno. Police say on March 17th he stabbed her to death after an argument. He is in the Lubbock County Jail on $200,000 bond.

Six days later on March 23rd, police say a woman beat a man to death inside his home. Tuesday, Enedelia Sepeda was indicted for the murder of Francisco Aguilar. Aguilar's wife found him lying in a pool of his own blood the next morning. Sepeda's motive for the murder remains unclear.

Phillip Hudson was indicted Tuesday for the murder of Dewayne Trotty. Hudson is accused of shooting Trotty to death on March 31st. It happened at the Garden Apartments in the 1300 block of 65th Drive. Police believe the two men had been arguing over a woman.

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