Authorities still mum on cause of death and possible suspect - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/24/09

Authorities still mum on cause of death and possible suspect

LUBBOCK, TX. (KCBD) - Police have still not named a suspect in the homicide of Tina Marie Sanchez. They've also not released a cause of death. Lubbock authorities jailed Sanchez's boyfriend, Jose Angel Rangel, for unrelated charges. He is listed only as a person of interest.  

Police are also still looking for a white extended cab Dodge Dakota, with a Dallas Cowboys sticker on the back, and Texas plates 08MZH7, missing from the home. 48-year-old Sanchez was found dead in her home on Sunday afternoon.

Authorities have yet to say the cause of death or if any kind of weapon was used. Family members have set up a memorial fund for Sanchez. You can donate at any City Bank location in Lubbock.

2/22/09
Police Suspect Homicide in Lubbock Woman's Death
The Lubbock Police Department has a person-of-interest in custody. They are questioning 36-year-old Jose Angel Rangel in the death of his girlfriend, 48-year-old Tina Marie Sanchez.

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