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Police investigate second homicide in four hours

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock Police are investigating a homicide at the Fort Jackson Mobile Home Park on 116th and South University Avenue. Homicide detectives were forced to leave the scene of the stabbing that happened just four hours earlier on 35th street.

Police say, Jodi Shannon Winn, 32, was the victim. There is still no word on how she died. Winn's family tell's KCBD that "Jodi was a loving mother who will be missed. She leaves behind two sons, 14 and nine.

Police say they received a dead body call out shortly before 8:30pm. When officers arrived they found a person deceased inside one of the mobile homes. Family members say Winn lived in the mobile home by herself.

Homicide detectives were on the scene all night and into Thursday morning. This was the second homicide in one day after police were called out to a fatal stabbing in central Lubbock. Sgt. Jonathan Stewart says it's unusual to have homicide detectives go from one scene straight to another homicide scene. 35-year-old Joshua Bulls is being charged with murder in that stabbing, however there is speculation that the two homicides could be connected.

At this time, no arrests have been made.

RELATED STORY: Central Lubbock stabbing turns deadly, man charged with murder

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