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10/22/03

Charges Dropped in Lubbock Murder

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A Mexican National will not stand trial for the death of a Lubbock man. A Lubbock County Grand Jury declined to indict Jose Amador Carreon-Perales on murder charges. Assistant District Attorney Matt Powell said the jury considered some self defense issues, and felt there was not probable cause to proceed with a murder charge.

Carreon-Perales was accused of beating 40-year-old Arturo Ordonez to death last month. Ordonez was found dead in his home in the 1800 block of San Jose Drive.

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