The man accused of fatally stabbing a Lubbock woman, more than a year ago, will spend the next 45 years in prison.
Juan Solorzano, 43, plead guilty to the murder of Olivia Sepeda, 44, in December of 2006. Officers arrived at the West Fork Mobile Home Park and found Sepeda stabbed, and Solorzano gone. Sepeda was rushed to University Medical Center where she later died.
Had a jury found Solorzano guilty, he would have faced up to life in prison.
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