Police Search for Killer in Woman's Stabbing Death - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/13/05

Police Search for Killer in Woman's Stabbing Death

Thirty-eight year-old Sharon Beard died in the emergency room at University Medical Center around one o'clock Thursday afternoon. She was being treated for wounds to the head, neck and back. Sharon Beard's husband, Jonathan Beard drove her to University Medical Center. Police are processing that car for any possible evidence at this time. They are also questioning Mr. Beard and other relatives for any information they may have related to how the injuries occurred. Police are not sure what type of weapon was used at this time.

"The starting point on most things like this is to get the most recent history on the victim, where's she's been, who's she been talking to, anyone she may have had a disagreement with or anything like that, basically you start backtracking," said Lt. Roy Bassett.

Police are still looking for a crime scene. NewsChannel 11 will follow this investigation and bring you the latest developments as they happen.

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