Lubbock Man Indicted For Manslaughter - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock


Lubbock Man Indicted For Manslaughter

A Lubbock man stands indicted for manslaughter, following the November car accident that killed 62-year-old Billy Spence.

Investigators say 35-year-old Marcelo Perez Junior crashed into Spence's sedan after he ran a stop light at Martin Luther King Blvd. and Parkway Dr. on November 11, 2008.

Tuesday, a Lubbock County Grand Jury indicted Perez for manslaughter.  NewsChannel 11 has also learned that Perez is indicted for failure to stop and render aid, following a hit and run car accident at the same intersection on October 26, 2008.  

We also looked into Perez's past, and discovered in 2006 authorities cited him for running a stop sign.

Accused Red Light Runner Cited On Similar Charge In 2006
Police say Marcelo Perez disregarded a red light at MLK & Parkway Tuesday afternoon, and collided with Billy Spence, 62. Spence was pronounced dead at University Medical Center.
Fatal Crash in East Lubbock Kills One
Lubbock Police say they believe one of the drivers ran a red light at the intersection of Parkway and MLK, but they're still trying to figure out who. 

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