Update: Suspect Arrested For Laurel County Murder

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 12/14/2013 12:47 am
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said the man wanted in connection to a stabbing death, turned himself in on Friday.

Investigators said Hubert Lewis, 25, of Benham, turned himself in to the Harlan County Sheriff's Office.

He was transferred to London and lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center.

Investigators said Lewis stabbed Clinton Howard, 60, of Lily, twice in the neck, killing him during an argument on Thursday evening.

Investigators said the stabbing resulted from a domestic argument between Tiffany Jackson, 36, of Corbin, her boyfriend Hubert Lewis and Howard.

Also on Friday, investigators said they had found the knife used in the stabbing about two miles from the murder scene.
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