Lubbock Man Sentenced for Roommate's Murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/13/07

Lubbock Man Sentenced for Roommate's Murder

A Lubbock man convicted of killing his roommate will serve 60 years in prison. 

A judge handed down that sentence to Benny Cole on Thursday, for the murder of his roommate, Gabriel Herrera, back in February.

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