Lubbock Man Dies of Strangulation - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/23/07

Lubbock Man Dies of Strangulation

Source:Lubbock Sheriff's Office Source:Lubbock Sheriff's Office

Early Sunday morning a 34-year-old man was strangled inside a house in the 4500 block of 44th street.

Police believe Jack Stanfield was strangled around 2:15 Sunday morning. He was pronounced dead at UMC.

Police arrested and charged 36-year-old Ralph Tickle with Stanfield's murder.

NewsChannel 11 spoke with neighbors Sunday who say Tickle actually lives in the house where the strangling occurred.

They say Tickle is a truck driver who keeps to himself and is rarely home. Tickle remained in the Lubbock County Jail Sunday evening.

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