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3 indicted in armed robbery spree that led to K-9, 14-year-old being shot
Dornnell Moore, 17
Tyrail Hardrick, 20
Cameron Stacey, 17
LUBBOCK, Texas -
A Lubbock grand jury indicted three suspects accused of being involved in a spree of armed robberies that led to a Lubbock police K-9 being shot.
Dornnell Moore, 17, Tyrail Hardrick, 20, and Cameron Stacey, 17, are all charged with aggravated robbery.
Police report a man was robbed, punched and kicked, and pistol whipped as he left work at the Overton Hotel at 2 a.m. on Aug. 20.
The group spent the next couple of hours committing 12 separate armed robberies in central Lubbock with a stolen gun from Littlefield, according to police.
An officer with a K-9 found the suspects' car near 50th and Ave. G, where a short chase began. They stopped a few blocks away at 43rd and Ave. L then reportedly started jumping fences to escape.
That's when investigators report the 14-year-old fired several times at the pursuing officer and K-9, missing the officer. The officer returned fire and captured the shooter. Moore, Hardrick and Stacey got away.
The shooter hit the canine Max. He suffered two serious injuries, one in the left paw and the right reach haunch. Max has since been released from the vet and is expected to make a full recovery.
Moore, Hardrick and Stacy are all held on $200,000 bonds.