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5/20/03

Grand Jury Indicts Stabbing Suspect

A Lubbock Grand Jury indicted a man Tuesday accused of stabbing two people.

Randall Haynes turned himself into police Monday night. Police had been searching for Haynes since early Monday morning. The police report says Haynes stabbed his girlfriend's two sons after she told him their relationship was over. Haynes then reportedly left the scene and authorities called out a helicopter to help find him. Haynes is charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

His girlfriend, Serena Levens, was not home during the attack. Her sons 16-year-old John Robert Mayo and 21-year-old Robbey Glenn Cockrell II, are recovering in the hospital.

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