Man Charged for Allegedly Dragging a Woman Behind His Truck - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/8/07

Man Charged for Allegedly Dragging a Woman Behind His Truck

A Lubbock man who allegedly drug a woman behind his truck remains behind bars in the Lubbock County Jail this evening.

Cecil Martinez Jr., 38, is charged with aggravated assault and is held on an $8,000 bond.

Lubbock police tell NewsChannel 11 an argument broke out between Martinez and an unidentified woman around 3:00 Saturday afternoon.

Martinez attempted to take off in his truck when he allegedly drug the woman a couple hundred yards through a parking lot located behind the United grocery store on Avenue Q.

Martinez fled the scene but was arrested in the 2000 block of 63rd Street about 20 minutes later.

Police found the woman laying in the Family Dollar parking lot. She was taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries.

7/7/07
Man Drags Woman Behind Truck
A woman was taken to the hospital by ambulance after a man drug her behind his truck Saturday afternoon.

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