Hobbs Police name suspect in deadly stabbing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Hobbs Police name suspect in deadly stabbing

HOBBS, NM (KCBD) -

HOBBS, NM (KCBD) - Hobbs Police identified a suspect in a deadly, Halloween stabbing. The victim, Donnie Burrows, 23 died during surgery at a Lubbock hospital on Monday.

First responders brought Burrows to Lubbock, after police were called to an apartment in Hobbs just before midnight on Sunday. Police say Burrows left the apartment for a short time, and came back with the stab wounds.

Now, they're searching for Joseph Domingues, 27. Authorities charged him with 1st degree murder Thursday.

If you know where Domingues is, you're asked to call Lea County Crime Stoppers at area code (575) 393-8005.

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