The Lubbock-Avalanche Journal, Lubbock, TX, 7/2/01
Saturday, September 1, 2001
A 47-year-old man was shot and killed after attacking his
estranged wife with a knife late one Sunday. According to Lubbock
Police spokesman Bill Morgan, the man attacked his former wife as
she got out of her car in front of a relative's house. The woman
screamed when her ex-husband tried to force her back into her car at
knifepoint. He then knocked her to the ground and began attacking
her with the knife. A 74-year-old relative came out of the house
with a handgun and reportedly shot the attacker once in the head,
said Morgan. According to police, a temporary restraining order
against the estranged husband had recently expired.
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