Father of teen murder suspect charged with hindering apprehensio

Father of teen murder suspect charged with hindering apprehension of a felon

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Police say the father of a teenage murder suspect was dishonest and uncooperative in the days following the shooting death of another Lubbock teen at a July 4th party. 

Adrian Constancio, 39, was arrested and charged with  hindering apprehension/prosecution of a felon.

His son, Christopher Hernandez, 16, is accused of murdering of 18-year-old Ezekial Gonzales. Hernandez was arrested July 8.

Constancio, who also has a parole violation, is being held in the Lubbock County jail on $30,000 bond. 

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