Woman Pleads Guilty To Murdering A Lubbock Jailer

Published 01/26 2012 12:08PM

Updated 01/26 2012 10:17PM

A Lubbock woman was sentenced to 40-years in prison, after she plead guilty to murder this morning.
Kellie Lewis was driving drunk when she crossed I-27 and struck a pickup, killing Lubbock County Sheriff's deputy  Tommy Lamkin back in 2010.
   At the time of the crash, Lewis had three previous arrests for DWI.
   Prosecutors decided to charge her with felony murder.
   Tonight, We will hear from the victim's family about the sentence.

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