Lubbock Jury Finds Man Not Guilty of 2003 Stabbing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Lubbock Jury Finds Man Not Guilty of 2003 Stabbing

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

A Lubbock man is free after a jury found him not guilty of a 2003 stabbing Tuesday.

Randall Haynes was accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend's two sons after she ended her relationship with him over the telephone.

Jurors deliberated about an hour before returning the not guilty verdict.

Two People Stabbed - Manhunt Continues
The sheriff's report mentions the word 'blood' 27 times. The violence began after Serena Levens told Randall Haynes that their relationship was over. She wasn't at home, but her two sons were, bearing the brunt of a terrible fury.

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