Weekend Fight Leaves Many Unanswered Questions - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/18/02

Weekend Fight Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Lubbock Police are investigating a weekend party where apparently a fight broke out. According to the police report, Texas Tech student Drew Pennington was holding the party at his house in the 3500 block of 28th St. Pennington told police that some people came to the house uninvited, which led to an argument, then a fight. He said the men left, and some returned to apologize. But then, Pennington says about 30 people returned and another fight broke out.

No charges have been filed, but according to the Associated Press, Pennington has identified six of the suspects as Texas Tech football players. The police department will not comment as the investigation is ongoing, but Texas Tech says they are aware of the allegations.

"As an athletic department and a university, they are investigating a situation that did take place, but as for those involved, we're not allowed to comment," said Chris Cook, with Tech Media Relations.

NewsChannel 11 tried calling two of the people who complained to police, but were unable to reach them. We will bring you more information on this story as soon as it becomes available.

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