LUBBOCK, TX – After 45-year-old Bobby Fullbright was convicted of stalking in 2019, he has been indicted for stalking once again in Lubbock.
According to court documents, on Labor Day a woman observed Fulbright’s car driving down her alley as her children played in the pool. The woman told police she then observed Fullbright passing by her home “approximately 10-15 times” a few weeks after the holiday.
According to the woman, she believed Fullbright had learned what time her husband came home as Fullbright only drove by the home when he wasn't home.
The victim told police Fullbright would leave his car and “pretend to do stuff” like walking to the dumpster or looking under his vehicle as an excuse to be in the area.
The victim and a friend confronted Fullbright and asked him to leave the premises or they would call the police.
Later that night, the victim told police she saw Fullbright's car drive by her home several times. She told the authorities she did not believe Fullbright would harm her and that he needed help.
The officers who spoke with the woman filed a report that stated they believed Fullbright's actions "placed her in fear."
Fullbright was arrested on April 13, 2021, on a charge of stalking with a previous conviction and booked into the Lubbock County Detention Center.