Man accused of kidnapping, beating victim with lamp stand indict

Man accused of kidnapping, beating victim with lamp stand indicted

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

29-year-old Chance Lee Copeland is indicted by Lubbock County Grand Jury for aggravated kidnapping. 

Copeland is accused of assaulting Scott Mackenzie. Police were called out to a convenience store at 34th St. and Nashville Ave. when they found Mackenzie in the front of the store, on the floor, with the severe trauma to his face and head.

Mackenzie told police he ran to the store after being beaten for about two hours, at his home. The indictment said Copeland used a lamp stand and knife to attack Mackenzie.

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