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10/28/03

Lubbock Murder Suspect Indicted in Separate Crimes

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A Lubbock grand jury indicted Juan Luna on an aggravated assault charge. Luna and David Uriegas are charged with stabbing Carlos Lopez at the Exitos Night Club in the Spring of 2001. Witnesses say all three men had been fighting at the club, before the stabbing.

Meanwhile, Luna and Daniel Jimenez are accused in the last week's shooting death of Ernesto Cabrera. Witnesses say the men shot Cabrera from a vehicle in a parking lot in the 2100 block of 50th Street.

Luna and Jimenez have been charged with murder.

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