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Old 05-18-2020, 06:31 AM
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Default Lubbock, TX WM, 23 shot to death by negro who ooked “It’s all good. He’s gone”


In most recent murder, shooter said “It’s all good. He’s gone,” warrant says

Warrant names victim, describes what happened leading up to Monday morning murder

Updated: May 12, 2020 / 11:22 AM CDT

LUBBOCK, Texas — An arrest warrant against Christopher Carmona, 22, which was made available on Tuesday morning described the events that led up to the most recent murder case in Lubbock. Carmona was arrested Monday and charged with murder.

Early Monday morning, police were called to the 4900 block of Bangor Avenue. They found a dead man lying on the grass outside of some apartments. He appeared to have been shot multiple times according to the warrant.

“The deceased male was later identified as Walter Harper through fingerprint analysis,” the warrant said. After the release of the warrant, police said Harper was age 23.

Another witness had ties to both Harper and Carmona.

“She stated she had been in a dating relationship with Walter Harper and had also been seeing Carmona,”
the warrant said.

“She stated Harper was at her apartment and Carmona wanted to come over also,” the warrant said. “She told Harper that Carmona was coming over and he began to get dressed to leave. She stated Carmona arrived and knocked on the door. Harper answered the door and saw it was Carmona and shut the door.”

Police began to look for witnesses and found one who saw the shooting.

“[A witness] stated he had observed a black male chasing a white male between building D at 5401 50th Street. The black male stopped on 50th Street and fired a handgun numerous times at the fleeing white male.”

The two men went outside and argued so the woman did not see what happened but she heard three gunshots, according to the warrant.

The warrant did not say how many shots were fired but indicated “a large number of casings were located.”

“Carmona returned to the apartment and she asked him about the gunshots. He told her ‘It’s all good. He’s gone,’”
the warrant said.

When police questioned Carmona he at first claimed to know nothing about the shots. He later said he fired into the air because Harper had an AR-15 shooting at him.

Police did not believe him.

“Video surveillance from the apartment complex was obtained and the video captured the shooting in its entirety,” the warrant said.
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