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4/23/08

Final Suspect in 2005 Murder Back in Lubbock

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Bernard Wilson Bernard Wilson

The suspect arrested last week in Louisiana for the 2005 murder of a Lubbock teen is now back in Lubbock.

Authorities brought Keyairra Brown back to the Hub City Wednesday afternoon.  

A Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted Brown and five other suspects on murder charges Tuesday. They allegedly beat and stabbed 17-year-old Bernard Wilson to death more than three years ago.

A passing motorist found Wilson's body in Yellow House Canyon in December of 2005. Investigators say Wilson was killed eight months prior to that in central Lubbock.

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Press Release on Identification of Remains
The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office issued this press release regarding the identification of remains found in Yellow House Canyon in 2005.

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