Guevara indicted 2 weeks after police-involved shooting - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Guevara indicted 2 weeks after police-involved shooting

Carlos Guevara, image from Lubbock County S.O. Carlos Guevara, image from Lubbock County S.O.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock County grand jury indicted Carlos Guevara, 22, of Levelland for aggravated robbery on Tuesday. 

Police say Guevara was with Julian Begay in the early morning hours of June 27 near 48th and Avenue Q when Begay was shot and killed by a Lubbock police officer.  LPD says Begay pulled a gun on the officer who shot Begay in self-defense.

Guevara was arrested as part of that same incident.  He later admitted he and Begay beat a man with a gun and sole his wallet the night before the deadly shooting.  Guevara's confession said the victim was leaving Ci-Ci's Bar near 50th and avenue P when he was assaulted and robbed.

If convicted Guevara could face from 5 to 99 years or life in prison.

Copyright 2012 KCBD.  All rights reserved.

  • Local News on KCBD.comNewsMore>>

  • Trump promises tax cuts as Senate GOP paves way with budget

    Trump promises tax cuts as Senate GOP paves way with budget

    Friday, October 20 2017 6:32 AM EDT2017-10-20 10:32:15 GMT
    Friday, October 20 2017 10:49 PM EDT2017-10-21 02:49:06 GMT

    Republicans must shift their focus to enacting President Donald Trump's sweeping tax plan, a far heavier lift than the $4 trillion budget plan they've muscled through the Senate to lay the groundwork for the first...

    Republicans must shift their focus to enacting President Donald Trump's sweeping tax plan, a far heavier lift than the $4 trillion budget plan they've muscled through the Senate to lay the groundwork for the first tax overhaul in three decades.

  • Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillion

    Study: Pollution kills 9 million a year, costs $4.6 trillion

    Thursday, October 19 2017 8:42 PM EDT2017-10-20 00:42:08 GMT
    Friday, October 20 2017 10:34 PM EDT2017-10-21 02:34:00 GMT

    Environmental pollutants are killing at least 9 million people, a toll exceeding that of war, smoking, hunger or natural disasters.

    Environmental pollutants are killing at least 9 million people, a toll exceeding that of war, smoking, hunger or natural disasters.

  • Uninsured rate up to 12.3 percent amid "Obamacare" turmoil

    Uninsured rate up to 12.3 percent amid "Obamacare" turmoil

    Friday, October 20 2017 4:02 AM EDT2017-10-20 08:02:27 GMT
    Friday, October 20 2017 10:33 PM EDT2017-10-21 02:33:45 GMT

    Next year's premiums for plans sold on the health law's marketplaces are expected to increase significantly in many communities, and insurer participation is down sharply.

    Next year's premiums for plans sold on the health law's marketplaces are expected to increase significantly in many communities, and insurer participation is down sharply.

Powered by Frankly