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Two Lubbock men in major crime cases agree to stay locked up

Source: LSO Carlton Taylor Source: LSO Carlton Taylor

By James Clark - email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Two men in high-profile criminal cases agree to stay locked up rather than protest for the right to post bond to get out of jail.  Carlton Taylor, 54, of Lubbock is accused of robbing Lubbock National Bank on December 31st.  He was scheduled for a hearing this coming week on whether or not he could post bond.  He voluntarily gave up that right. 

In a completely separate case, Kyle Brandon Walker, 34, of Lubbock also gave up the right to a detention hearing.  Walker held on federal charges related to a drug bust that Sheriff Kelly Rowe describes as the biggest marijuana bust in Lubbock history. 

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