Domestic Dispute Turns Violent - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/30/04

Domestic Dispute Turns Violent

Lubbock Police are trying to sort out a violent domestic dispute that involved a machete and a baseball bat.

Around 8am Thursday morning, police say a man showed up with a machete at his ex-wife's house in the 1500 Block of 37th Street. The woman retaliated with a baseball bat. The man's sister tried to break up the fight, but ended up getting hurt. The ex-wife suffered cuts to her hands.

All three were treated at University Medical Center with possible charges still to come.

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