Commander's Palace murder suspect indicted by grand jury

Commander's Palace murder suspect indicted by grand jury

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A murder suspect has been indicted by a Lubbock Grand Jury Tuesday. 

Rudy Vallejos, 21, is suspected of killing 32-year-old Marian Daniel King July 15.

King's body was found at the Commander's Palace Mobile Home Park on West 19th Street.

According to court documents, the suspect called dispatch twice during the investigation using a false name and told police Rudy Vallejos was responsible for King's death.

Investigators caught up with Vallejos after obtaining King's phone records and calling the last number on the victim's phone, according to the police report.

The report also states Vallejos admitted he made those calls to police dispatch and to killing King. 

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