Sabas Rodriguez, 35, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Lubbock on four counts of possession of child pornography involving a prepubescent minor and one count of transportation of child pornography.
DPS and FBI personnel executed a search warrant to seize electronic devices from 43-year-old Brian Brisendine, and analysis of those devices confirmed the presence of images and videos obtained from the internet that depicted the sexual assault and exploitation of children.
A former Lubbock doctor will continue to serve life in prison after being convicted of capital murder in 2015, after a second count was thrown out of court on Friday. The court agreed that he can’t be convicted twice for the same crime.
A new state law will ban tethering dogs unless owners provide “adequate shelter,” providing a space that is comfortable for the dog to move around in, providing water and protection from weather like wind or rain.
The 18-year-old woman accused of throwing her newborn baby in a dumpster behind a mall in Hobbs, New Mexico was in court Wednesday afternoon. A crowd gathered at the entrance of the courthouse with signs, one saying “Babies are a gift from God, not garbage,” and “Justice for Baby.”
Eleven years after the disappearance of 13-year-old Hailey Dunn in Colorado City, the longtime person of interest in the case, Shawn Casey Adkins, has been indicted on charges of murder and tampering with physical evidence.
A Texas Medical Board disciplinary panel has temporarily suspended the permit of a Lubbock Respiratory Care Practitioner arrested and charged in connection to an incident involving the theft of fentanyl.