Lubbock County District Attorney's Office Seeks Death Penalty Against Alonzo Lewis - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/15/07

Lubbock County District Attorney's Office Seeks Death Penalty Against Alonzo Lewis

Source: Lubbock Police Dept. Source: Lubbock Police Dept.

The Lubbock County District Attorney's office will reportedly seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing a Lubbock senior.

The DA's office reportedly filed the state's intent to seek the death penalty against Alonzo Lewis, 25, this week.

In July a Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted Lewis for capital murder in the stabbing death of retired Air Force Colonel Don McCullough.

Lewis allegedly killed the 73-year-old in his garage, just minutes after McCullough offered him a bottle of water.

Lewis remains in the Lubbock County Jail on a $1 million dollar bond.

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