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10/14/03

Three Men Indicted for Murder

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Three men will stand trial for the murder of 50-year-old Frank Ramirez.

A Lubbock grand jury indicted Sylvester Garcia, Timothy Garcia and Antonio Coronado on murder charges Tuesday.

Sylvester Garcia was arrested six days after the September 21, 2003 shooting and Timothy Garcia and Antonio Coronado are still at large. Arrest warrants will be issued Wednesday.

A witness identified Sylvester Garcia as the man who shot Ramirez in front of his home in the 1300 block of Itasca, Timothy Garcia allegedly drove the get-away car, and Ramirez was able to shoot Coronado as he was running away.

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