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3/11/05

Lubbock Police Begin Search For Murder Weapon

Patricia Garcia Patricia Garcia
Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff

Lubbock Police spent the whole day searching the Canyon Lakes for the weapon used to kill Patricia Garcia last summer.

Thursday three teens were charged with capital murder in the death of a convenience store clerk. During a confession, one of the teens admitted to dumping a gun at Canyon Lakes in East Lubbock. Police took the shooter to the lake where he showed divers where he disposed of it. The DPS dive team drove 600 miles from Victoria to help with the search. So far, nothing has been found.

18-year-old's Raymon Jackson and Victoria Harris and a 13-year-old remain in the Lubbock County Jail. All three confessed to the murder of Patricia Garcia during a robbery at the 7-11 on 19th and Iola. The three are also suspected in several other robbery cases.

3/10/05
Suspects Confess to August '04 Slaying
Lubbock Police have arrested two people in connection with the murder of Patricia Ann Garcia, a 7-11 clerk shot to death by two robbers wearing masks on August 3, 2004.

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