A Lubbock grand jury indicted Laura Ramirez and Richard Pena for allegedly beating their two month-old daughter. Police arrested them last month. Their daughter, Amber Pena, has recovered. She is in foster care. They both face five to 99 years to life in prison if convicted.
Meanwhile, Rose Barrera is facing murder charges after her indictment. Police say she threw gasoline on her husband, Antonio Barrera, and lit him on fire. It happened August 31st. Antonio Barrera died over the weekend. Rose could get five to 99 years to life in prison.
The federal grand jury indicted him Tuesday. Wednesday, the Lubbock grand jury indicted Timothy Gould on four state robbery charges. Police say that Gould robbed four banks in Lubbock dating back to 1999. Austin police arrested him last Thursday, after he allegedly robbed a Bank of America there. Police say that Gould stole as much as $700,000. He is already facing 190 years if he's convicted on the federal charges. He could also be looking at four life sentences if he is found guilty on the state charges.