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6/27/06

Grand Jury Decisions 6.27

"If you have a heart, please bring back my baby," pleaded Erica Ysasaga on June 4, 2006. Just hours earlier an Amber Alert was issued for Priscilla Maldonado. The next day, the newborn was found in a north Lubbock parking lot in 104 degree heat. Police arrested Stephanie Jones for kidnapping and abandoning a child. Tuesday, a Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted Jones on both charges.

The grand jury also indicted Nick Casias, Richard Casias and Armando Garses for burglary of a habitation. They're accused of stealing money and jewelry during a home invasion at 522 52nd street last month.

The grand jury failed to indict David Brasfield for aggravated assault. He was accused of stabbing another man while working on a house in central Lubbock in May.

Ana Rivera will not face charges in the death of husband Juan Dominguez. The grand jury failed to indict Rivera. Rivera was driving down her street last month when her husband jumped on the hood of her car. She slammed on her brakes and Dominguez fell to the ground. He died hours later.

A separate fatal accident will not result in charges against Norma Perez. In February, Perez hit a motorcyclist when driving near 50th and Canton. The rider, Daniel Vera Junior was killed. The grand jury failed to indict in this case.

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