Double Murder Suspect May Have Led Troubled Life - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Double Murder Suspect May Have Led Troubled Life

NewsChannel 11 has learned an accused killer may have led a troubled life, at least during his senior year at Lubbock Christian High School.

19-year-old Steven Tyler Logan was arraigned Tuesday at the Lubbock County Courthouse on a capital murder charge in the death of his mother Vicki Turner and his grandmother Wanda Faye Turner.

Logan transferred to Lubbock Christian his senior year where he played baseball. His former superintendent and teacher Peter Dahlstrom tells us he was surprised to hear Logan is accused of the double homicide. He said Logan was basically a well behaved student and couldn't play baseball for academic reasons for most of the season.

Dahlstrom also said while Logan never had behavior problems, he was a troubled person.

"I could tell he was not regularly a happy boy. There were days when he was, but there were days when you could tell he was down," said Dahlstrom.

Tyler is now at the Lubbock County Jail with bond set at $1 million.

Meanwhile funeral services have changed. Services for Vicki Logan and Wanda Turner will now be held at Lakeridge United Methodist Church Thursday at 1pm. The church is located at 4701 82nd Street.

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