A Lubbock woman said she is lucky to be alive after three stray dogs attacked her at Buddy Holly Park. Lubbock police believe the same dogs that attacked Ruth Ann Muffley are responsible for mauling a man to death just feet away.
According to the World Economic Forum, fake online reviews cost businesses and consumers $152 billion a year. BrightLocal research found 82% of consumers have read a fake review in the last year. Now, one of the largest retailers in the world is fighting back, as Amazon is suing the administrators of more than 11,000 Facebook Groups.
From California to Iowa and Texas, school districts across the US are facing an increase in ransomware attacks. Consumer Investigator Rachel DePompa explains the high-tech attacks and what parents can do to help protect their child's personal information.
A petition has been filed in the Bailey County District Court to remove the current Bailey County Judge, Sherri L. Harrison, from her position after allegations were made about “incompetence, official misconduct, and habitual drunkenness,” the petition states.
A federal judge has denied Bart Reagor’s request to remain on release pending the decision of his sentence appeal, recommending that Reagor be assigned to a medical facility that can properly treat him for progressive Parkinson’s disease.
U.S. District Judge Matthew J. Kacsmaryk filed an order on Monday telling the prosecution and defense in Bart Reagor’s sentencing to brief the court on whether Reagor should be remanded into custody or allowed to voluntarily surrender following his sentencing hearing on Thursday.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk found exhibits and testimony presented, “are sufficient evidence for a rational jury” to conclude Reagor was guilty of making a false statement to the International Bank of Commerce.
Federal agencies and defense attorneys for Bart Reagor now have a new timeline to file documents related to Reagor’s sentencing for false statement to a bank, after the judge extended the date for Reagor’s sentencing hearing.
The Lubbock Medical Examiner's office is getting overwhelmed with cases. Bodies often remain at the office for months, because families either cannot afford to move them to a final resting place, or have a hard time deciding on that next step.
Federal prosecutors say there was “overwhelming evidence” supporting the jury’s decision to convict Bart Reagor of making false statement to the International Bank of Commerce, and he knew his plan to acquire and distribute proceeds from a business loan was “dishonest and wrong.”
New documents from the defense team for Bart Reagor ask for acquittal from the judge on the charge Reagor was found guilty of in October, saying prosecutors did not adequately define or prove Reagor lied about the loan from the International Bank of Commerce.
The day after Jennifer Read filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Kyle Carruth and his business for the death of her husband Chad Read, the judge presiding over the case recused himself. This makes the third recusal in the case.
In a petition filed on Wednesday, the widow of Chad Read is seeking custody of her late husband’s children from their mother. In the news release from her attorney, they attached a video of the shooting along with the petition.
Lubbock County officials admit a countywide software transition caused several low-level offenders to be held in the detention center longer than legally necessary because the software delayed communications between attorneys and the jail.
The Lubbock Police Department has transferred the case files for the November 5 south Lubbock shooting to the Texas Attorney General’s Office to begin their review, after Lubbock County District Attorney's Office recused themselves from the case last week.
“Here, Defendant offers nothing but speculation and conclusory supposition to facts that are common in jury trials... No jurors have come forward alleging misconduct by other jurors or outside persons,” U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk writes in his denial.
In response to Bart Reagor’s motion for his attorneys to interview the jurors post-verdict, the government says Reagor’s allegations fail to meet the “requisite evidentiary threshold for a post-verdict interview of the jurors,” and the court should deny the motion.