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KBST News has learned that the James Keck, the 24-year-old stolen-car victim that was charged with murder for the shooting of Bobby Bricker was bailed out of the Howard County Law Enforcement Center this afternoon. His bail was set at $50,500.00. 

A family member gave this account of what happened:

James and his family were traveling to Dallas where he had gotten what was described as his first real good break in life to train to as a diesel mechanic. The family was traveling in two vehicles with his wife, 4 –year-old daughter, mother and grandmother. They were also traveling with Tracks, a 4-year-old rescued dog that was like family. 

They stopped at the TA Truck Stop (704 W. I-20) in Big Spring at approximately 8pm and left one of the vehicles running because the dog was in it. That was when a man, later identified as Bobby Bricker, stole the vehicle and proceeded westbound on the North Service Road of I-20. James Keck called 911 and pursued in the other vehicle in a chase that reached speeds of over 100 mph on Hwy 176 (Andrews Hwy). Keck’s family tells KBST News that Bricker fired first and that James fired back in self-defense. 

The media release from the Big Spring Police Department stated that the shooting was not justified.

More on this story and more on KBST News.. 

***Photo of Betty Keck and Tracks courtesy of our News Partners at CBS 7.

 


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