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4/6/05

Jack Jordan Jailed in Lubbock

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

The man who led authorities on a manhunt across three states is now behind bars in Lubbock. 

U.S. Marshalls extradited Jack Jordan to the Lubbock County jail on Wednesday. Jordan is charged with a number of burglary and aggravated assault charges in Lubbock, Brownfield and Amarillo.

Jordan is accused of committing those crimes in March before running from the law through New Mexico and Arizona, where he was finally arrested.

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