Police arrest two after Sunday morning stabbing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Police arrest two after Sunday morning stabbing

Jenny R. Vela, and Jairo Antillon, images from Lubbock County S.O. Jenny R. Vela, and Jairo Antillon, images from Lubbock County S.O.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Police are trying to sort out the details of an early Sunday morning stabbing.  Police found David S. Garcia, 40, with severe injuries to his head and body about 6:40 AM in the 1900 block of 34th Street.  Police later located and arrested Jenny R. Vela, 40, and Jairo Antillon, 20,  after taking to witnesses at the scene. 

Both were held Sunday night for aggravated assault and other charges.

Garcia was in serious condition Monday.

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