Three Homeless Men Indicted in Attack of Elderly Lubbock Man - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/9/03

Three Homeless Men Indicted in Attack of Elderly Lubbock Man

Lubbock Sheriff Dept. Lubbock Sheriff Dept.
Lubbock Sheriff Dept. Lubbock Sheriff Dept.
Lubbock Sheriff Dept. Lubbock Sheriff Dept.

Three homeless men were indicted by a Lubbock grand jury late Tuesday afternoon.

Forty-two year-old James Fox, 39-year-old Edward Martinez, and 39-year-old Kenneth Pace are each charged with burglary with intent to commit aggravated robbery.

The men stand accused of attacking 81-year-old A.L. Hawkins in his home this past April. Hawkins suffered many stab wounds, but recovered after weeks in the hospital.

Lubbock police believe a fourth man may also have been involved.

If you have any information in this case, you are urged to call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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