Three years ago, police say he stabbed a man to death in Lubbock. On Wednesday, 41-year-old Kenneth Warwick stood before a judge to be charged with murder. Kenneth Warwick is accused of killing 31-year-old Paul Tolonen in 1999. Sgt. John Gomez with the Lubbock Police Department said witness statements led to Warwick's arrest on Wednesday.
Judge Bob Blackburn set his bond at $250,000. A tree trimmer was found in Tolonen's badly beaten and decomposed body in MacKenzie Park in June of 1999. A medical examiner determined that Tolonen died from multiple stab wounds.
A three year old murder case gains new momentum. Around 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, police arrested 41-year-old Kenneth Warwick, in connection with the 1999 murder of this man, 31-year-old Paul Tolonen.