Two arrests made in response to shots fired in Lubbock on Sunday

Two arrests made in response to shots fired in Lubbock on Sunday

Alexis Barboza, 30 Alexis Barboza, 30

 

 

Abundio Barboza, 31

 

Abundio, 31, and Alexis, 30, Barboza were arrested on July 21, 2019.

Deputy Dakota Rincones was dispatched to 6822 E 2641, Lubbock, TX in response to a shots fired call.

Rincones reported on arrival he found a 2008 Nissan Altima with a Mississippi license plate. Abundio and Alexis were both occupants in the vehicle.

When asked about the shots fired, Alexis said they heard the shots, but did not know where they had came from. 

Rincones said he asked Abundio to step out of the vehicle to pat him down for weapons. 

At that time, Officer Ignacio Gonzales had arrived for backup and began to talk to Alexis.

Gonzales said he noticed a syringe sticking out from the factory compartment and upon being asked about it, Alexis began to hide it, pushing it further under the compartment. 

Gonzales then ordered her to stop and had her step out of the vehicle. After looking in the compartment, he found the syringe and a blue colored baggy containing what was suspected of being methamphetamines. 

Abundio and Alexis were read their Miranda rights and placed into custody. One in each of the officer's cars.

After thoroughly searching the vehicle, officers found multiple baggies of meth, two scales, multiple small baggies associated with packaging narcotics, measuring spoons, a pipe and a loaded black 9mm pistol.

The total weight of the suspected meth was 205.2 grams.

Both officers reported that dispatch informed them Alexis had a warrant out of Castro County and later Abundio was found to be a convicted felon while in possession of a firearm.

Alexis was arrested and transported to the Hockley County Jail.

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