Littlefield police arrest man with multiple warrants - FOX34 Lubbock

Littlefield police arrest man with multiple warrants

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LITTLEFIELD, Texas -

Littlefield police responded to the 100 block of west 6th street regarding a welfare check. 

Officers discovered Alex Hernandez committing sexual assault of a women insider her home. Hernandez sustained facial injuries and fled from the scene. 

Officers not on scene located and arrested Hernandez in the 1100 block of east 11th street. Hernandez was transported to Lamb County Jail by Lubbock police where he was booked and released into their custody. 

Hernandez had two additional warrants for his arrest for aggravated assault in Dallas and Lamb County. 

These warrants were served and added to the list of charges he is facing. 

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