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Lubbock teen indicted for murder

Zeven Sanders, Source: LSO Zeven Sanders, Source: LSO
Devante Jones, Source: LSO Devante Jones, Source: LSO
Arenn Davis, Source: LSO Arenn Davis, Source: LSO
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock teen is now charged with murder for a December shooting.  Tuesday, a Lubbock County Grand Jury decided there is enough evidence to put Zeven Sanders, 17 on trial for the shooting death of Brian Brinson.  Sanders had been held on an attempted murder charge.

Police discovered Brinson dead in his car on December 19th near 24th Place and Avenue L. Authorities say Sanders was 16-years-old at the time of the shooting, but they've now certified him to stand trial as an adult.

Devante Jones, 18 and Arenn Davis, 22 are also charged with murder in Brinson's death.  All three suspects are jailed at the Lubbock County Detention Center.

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