Anonymous Letter Leads To Assault Charges Against Institution
By Dave Reynolds, Inclusion Daily Express
April 21, 2004
LUBBOCK, TEXAS--A letter from an anonymous witness has led a grand jury to indict a former institution worker on charges of assault.
According to a brief item in the Avalanche-Journal, Thelma Robinson, 30, was charged Tuesday with injuring a resident of Lubbock State School.
Police reports indicated that the 49-year-old victim had been kicked in the vagina so hard she required stitches to repair the injury.
Another employee had previously been charged with the same crime. But state school officials turned their focus on Robinson after the letter revealed a witness to the attack.
Robinson has been fired from the institution.
The grand jury cleared the other state school employee of the charges.