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5/31/05

Lubbock Police Make Arrest In 1999 Murder

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff
Amanda Gschwend Amanda Gschwend

A Lubbock murder suspect is behind bars for a murder police say he committed six years ago.

Lubbock Police and the U.S. Marshall's Office issued a murder warrant and arrested 47-year-old Tony Ray Medford Tuesday afternoon. Medford is now awaiting extradition from a jail in Johnson County, Arkansas with a $500,000 bond.

Medford is charged with the 1999 murder of 19-year-old Amanda Gshwend. Gschwend's body was found in a cotton field in East Lubbock on July 1st, 1999.

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