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Five arrested in connection to homicide last Monday near Bryan Street

Amarillo Police say they have arrested five people in connection to last Monday's homicide near 3rd and Bryan Streets.

29 year old Lance Hooser was pronounced dead at the scene after police say he was thrown out of a Maroon Chevy Equinox Monday evening, with a gun shot wound to his upper body. They say his hands and feet were bound with some sort of tape.

On Friday, SWAT, COPPS and Special Crimes investigators arrested 25 year old Ricky Don Burns for the murder of Hooser.

Early Saturday morning, Terry Daniel Young, 52, was spotted driving the suspect vehicle. He was also arrested on a murder warrant. 

32 year old Robert Wyatt Melton, 47 year old Bobby Guy Crawford Jr., and 41 year old Jeffrey Sean Noblett, seen to the left, were also arrested over the weekend for Aggravated Kidnapping. 

All five have been booked into Potter County Jail. Police have yet to release mug shots of Burns or Young. 

Amarillo Police continue to investigate this situation. 

 

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