LUBBOCK, TX (Fox 34 News) – For the second week in a row, Lubbock Police have someone under the age of 21 in custody, charged with murder.
Police arrested Felix Joseph Alonzo, 19, for the deadly shooting of Larry Fawver, 67, in southwest Lubbock. According to the Lubbock County Detention Center website, he is charged with capital murder and theft of a firearm.
Officers were called Saturday evening to 122nd Street near Chicago Avenue on reports of shots fired. They found Fawver, who died at the scene.
The Lubbock Police Department and Metro Special Crimes Unit identified Alfonzo as a suspect early on, according to a news release. He was taken into custody after sheriff’s deputies responded to an unrelated single-vehicle crash on U.S. 87 at County Road 7500. The news release did not explain how the crash was related.
If you know anything about this murder, you can call CrimeLine and remain anonymous. You may be eligible for a cash reward. The number is 806.741.1000.
A July 6 home invasion in northwest Lubbock killed a neighbor who was trying to help. The ages of the four people charged in that case are 25, 21, 20 and 14.