Lubbock man sentenced to life in prison for stabbing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/12/09

Lubbock man sentenced to life in prison for stabbing

LUBBOCK, TX. (KCBD) - Family members say he stabbed his victim 20 times or more.

Timothy Haney will spend the rest of his life in prison for that. The same Lubbock jury that convicted him also decided his fate. Haney was on trial for stabbing his wife, Amy Haney and brother-in-law, in October 2007.  

Haney stabbed his wife in the stomach, and her brother, Curtis Nay, in the neck before fleeing the scene. He was found after he wrecked his SUV with cuts on his arms, which the family said were self-inflicted.

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