Police Release New Information on Quadruple Murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Police Release New Information on Quadruple Murder

New information has been released on Tuesday evening about a man who visited a family of four before they were brutally murdered. The bodies of 11-year-old Mahogany Jasmine Allen, 9-year-old twins Kadiece and Kasheim Allen, and their mother, 45-year-old Tammy Cooper were found Monday morning at the Windcrest Estacado Apartments at 512 North MLK Boulevard.

Alderson Academy Deals With Death Of Four Students
Mahogany, Kadiece and Kasheim Allen all attended Alderson Academy. NewsChannel 11 spoke to the school's principal who says students and teachers are devastated.

Police say a black man who came to the apartment around 11 Sunday evening knew or had a relationship with the mother. Police say they just want to question him. At this time police have stretched their investigation to the Metroplex since the family moved to Lubbock from Dallas not long ago. Lubbock Police have news stories running on the Dallas telvision stations to help them with their investigation.

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Read the press release on the $10,000 reward being offered in the northeast Lubbock homicide case.

Police say the autopsies should be finished by Tuesday evening, we still do not know what type of murder weapon was used until the reports come back from the medical examiners office.

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