Black Friday Bust Nets Car Burglary Suspects - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/26/07

Black Friday Bust Nets Car Burglary Suspects

Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept. Source: Lubbock Co. Sheriff's Dept.

Four people are in the Lubbock County Jail, accused in a series of car burglaries in South Lubbock on Black Friday.

The group allegedly smashed the window of a vehicle at Wal-Mart on the South Loop at Quaker, and then broke into a vehicle at Texas Land and Cattle, at the South Loop at Indiana.

  • Randy Laird, age 36
    • Organized crime, 2 counts
    • Possession of fraudulent ID
    • Credit card abuse
    • Burglary of a vehicle, 2 counts
    • Possession of marijuana
  • Jimmy Laird, age 20
    • Organized crime, 2 counts
    • Possession of fraudulent ID
    • Credit card abuse
    • Burglary of a vehicle, 2 counts
    • Possession of marijuana
    • Possession of drug paraphernalia
    • plus, additional warrants
  • Jacob Terrell, age 20
    • Organized crime, 2 counts
    • Possession of fraudulent ID
    • Credit card abuse
    • Burglary of a vehicle, 2 counts
    • Possession of marijuana
    • Possession of drug paraphernalia
    • plus, additional warrants
  • Diana Dennis, age 24 
    • Abandoning a child
    • Organized crime, 2 counts
    • Possession of fraudulent ID
    • Credit card abuse
    • Burglary of a vehicle, 2 counts
    • Possession of marijuana
    • plus, additional warrants

"A witness has been following the subjects as they left the area," said Sgt. Clay Winters. "Officers were able to track them down in the area of South Loop and University and pulled them over in the parking lot of the Target there."

Police recovered a stolen purse, social security card, cell phones, and a ski jacket.

One of the suspects, Diana Dennis, brought her three year old son along during the alleged crime spree. That child is now in the custody of Children's Protective Services.

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