Preliminary Autopsy Results of Two Amarillo Homicides

Maxine Ridling
NewsChannel 10

Amarillo, TX - Preliminary autopsy results have returned on the two Amarillo men who were murdered this weekend.

Preliminary autopsy results of 33-year-old Joshua Lane Dunlap who was found dead late Saturday night in a North Amarillo home, show he had multiple gun shot wounds to his upper torso.

Amarillo Special Crimes Lt. Gary Trupe would not say exactly how many times Joshua was shot.

It was reported there was a family disturbance at the home on Bluebonnet road, and Trupe says that's all they know at this time.

Joshua's father, 60-year-old Rodney Dunlap was taken in for questioning and charged with his son's murder.

He remains in the Potter County Detention Center on a 1 million dollar bond.

Another Amarillo man remains behind bars after being charged with murdering his brother.

43 year old Gabriel Olmos-Serna turned himself over to police just 12 hours after 29-year-old Guadalupe Olmos was found shot, Friday night.

His preliminary autopsy results indicated he was shot 1 time in his upper body.

Olmos-Serna also remains in jail on a 1 million dollar bond. This investigation is ongoing as well, and the motive is not known at this time.

If you know anything about these three crimes you are asked to call The Potter-Randall Special Crimes Unit at 806-378-9468