Mickey Patterson Responds to Merimon Lawsuit - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/9/08

Mickey Patterson Responds to Merimon Lawsuit

There is an update on the case of missing Lubbock woman Peggy Merimon. It's been more than two years since Merimon disappeared along with coworker Kay Harrelson from the parking lot of the Lubbock State School.

Harrelson's body was found days later, but Merimon is still missing. The two families claim in court records that a former State School employee, Mickey Patterson, is responsible. 

On Monday, he filed a response to that lawsuit. Patterson's attorney argues the families want access to records and testimony that are not allowed by law. The new documents were just filed Monday so the judge has not yet ruled.

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