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1/14/08

New Jury Selected in Lubbock Drug Case

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

A jury has been selected in the retrial of a man accused of having 150 pounds of marijuana. Judge Jim Bob Darnell, the presiding judge in Tito Marquez's trial last week, declared a mistrial on Friday, for unknown reasons. Marquez's new trial began Monday.

Marquez was arrested in 2006 when authorities found nearly 150 pounds of marijuana in his truck. The drugs were found in oil cans.

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