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4/6/10

Lubbock Grand Jury indicts suspect who hit cop & others

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted a man whose apparent attempt to escape was caught on tape.

Holden Norman, 21, was indicted in connection with an incident on March 10th. It started when a Lubbock police officer Angelo Blanco stopped a vehicle the department says ran a red light. Norman jumps out of the car, and confronts officer Blanco. While Blanco starts to handcuff him, Norman makes a run for it. The officer catches him, but then police say Norman punches the officer several times. Norman now stands indicted for Aggravated Assault of a Public Servant.

Daniel Reyna, 21, and Sergio Gonzalez, 22, stand indicted for Burglary of a Habitation. This video was captured on March 22nd at a home in the 1700 block of 48th Street. Police say the two men armed with handguns took money, a computer, and the keys to an SUV.

The Grand Jury also indicted Kevin Queenan, Jr. and Skylar Deshawn Ussery for an Aggravated Robbery at a Pizza Hut in Wolfforth last December. Both are in the Lubbock County Jail, each held on a $250,000 bond.

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