Isaac Wquayshawn Knighten, 20, was transferred from University Medical Center to the Lubbock County Detention Center on Wednesday, according to Lubbock Police.

Knighten, also known as Isaac Jackson, was shot and wounded by Lubbock Police officers.  Officers were responding to the armed robbery of the Coyote Moon Game Room at 39th Street and Avenue A in the early morning robbery of August 13. 

Knighten met officers at the door of the game room with a gun in hand. 

“During the incident, the suspect pointed the gun at officers,” police said at the time. Knighten was shot “multiple times” and taken to UMC with critical injuries.  

After the robbery, police publicly identified Jelani Ashley, 20, as a second suspect.  Ashley was found and arrested on August 15. 

Knighten remained in the detention center Thursday on a $200,000 bond for aggravated robbery.  Bond was higher for Ashley because he had outstanding charges even before the robbery.  

On August 8, Ashley spoke to one of our reporters on camera for a story about gang violence, which we made available on Youtube.

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