Four Men Suspected Of Burglaries In Overton Captured - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/12/05

Four Men Suspected Of Burglaries In Overton Captured

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

Police believe the four men responsible for vandalizing vehicles in the Overton area are in custody.

NewsChannel 11 cameras were rolling when police arrested four men at 16th and Avenue T Wednesday morning. Just minutes earlier, a Lubbock man caught the men stealing items from his Mustang. The men are suspected of shooting at a number of vehicles with BB guns and burglarizing them in the Overton area.

All four men are charged with organized criminal activity. They are: Alfred Hernandez, Jose Cardenas, Daniel Moreno and Anthony Marmolejo. Moreno and Marmolejo are also charged with marijuana posession.

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