New Details: Murder suspect found unresponsive nearly 300 miles - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

New Details: Murder suspect found unresponsive nearly 300 miles away from Lubbock

By Ann Wyatt Little - bio | email

Lubbock, TX (KCBD) - The woman charged with the murder of a Lubbock man is hospitalized, after authorities discovered her unresponsive in her Stephenville home, which is about 270 miles Southeast of Lubbock.

We have learned that after the warrant was issued Wednesday afternoon the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office contacted authorities in Stephenville to serve it on Carol Nussbaum.

They went to her last known residence. When no one answered the door authorities went inside the house and that is where they found Nussbaum unresponsive. She was taken into custody and straight to a nearby hospital.

On Tuesday a Lubbock County grand jury indicted the 60-year-old for the murder of Paul Brown. Lubbock police released new details about the relationship between the suspect and the victim. LPD Captain Greg Stevens says the two dated and lived together at The Boulders at Lakeridge Apartments.

That is the complex where police discovered Brown's body in his truck more than a year ago. The Medical Examiner ruled Brown died as a result of blunt force trauma to the head. Investigators did not go into detail about what type of weapon may have been used or a possible motive in the case.

There is no word on Nussbaum's condition or when she will be brought back to Lubbock.

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