Tuesday, January 20 2009 7:21 PM EST2009-01-21 00:21:19 GMT
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- Alabama Governor Bob Riley's office is issuing a $10,000 reward for any information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person/s that murdered an Auburn University student on Tuesday nignt.More >>
Tuesday, March 11 2008 2:58 PM EDT2008-03-11 18:58:17 GMT
Wal-Mart surveillance video catches the license plate number of Lockhart's car. He was arrested a short time later in Phenix City.
Newnan, Georgia -- Courtney Lockhart, the man who confessed to the killing of Auburn University freshman Lauren Burk, has been linked to yet another crime. Newnan, Georgia police were looking for LockhartMore >>
Monday, March 10 2008 2:53 PM EDT2008-03-10 18:53:34 GMT
Auburn, Al. (WTVM) -- Police arrested 23-year old Courtney Lockhart over the weekend in connection with the murder of Auburn University student Lauren Burk.
But investigators believe he also held-up aMore >>
Friday, March 7 2008 3:50 PM EST2008-03-07 20:50:46 GMT
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- New information is being released in the Lauren Burk murder case after a news conference held Friday. A gas can possibly used to torch the Auburn freshman's car was located in theMore >>
Wednesday, March 2 2011 12:52 PM EST2011-03-02 17:52:28 GMT
Courtney Lockhart, who killed an Auburn student in 2008, will die by lethal injection, a Lee County judge ruled Wednesday. The decision by Circuit Judge Jacob Walker came after an outburst by the killer briefly delayed the proceedings.More >>
Thursday, November 18 2010 7:54 PM EST2010-11-19 00:54:21 GMT
A jury has recommended a sentence of life in prison without parole for a former Army soldier convicted of capital murder in the abduction and shooting death of an Auburn University student from Georgia.More >>
Thursday, November 18 2010 2:07 PM EST2010-11-18 19:07:25 GMT
OPELIKA, AL - A jury has found Courtney Lockhart guilty in the 2008 slaying of Auburn University student Lauren Burk. The jury returned its verdict a little after 1 p.m. on Thursday. The jury will goMore >>
Wednesday, April 1 2009 6:48 PM EDT2009-04-01 22:48:01 GMT
AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - A judge has set a March 29, 2010 trial date for Courtney L. Lockhart, who is charged in the 2008 shooting death of Auburn University freshman Lauren Burk of Marietta, Ga.
Lee CountyMore >>
Auburn, Al. (WSFA) -- The family of murdered Auburn University student Lauren Burk has set up a bank account to fund a reward in the death of their daughter.
Donations can be made at any Wachovia Bank branch by asking for the "Lauren Burk Memorial Fund".
The family says the money will go to the person/s that help arrest Lauren's killer.
However, if police capture her killer the money raised from the memorial fund will go to the Invisible Children's Fund, a charity the freshman girl was involved in helping.
Governor Bob Riley's office is also offering $10,000 in the case.
And on the "RIP Lauren Burk" memorial page of Facebook, a wristband fundraiser is moving forward to raise money that initially was to go to the family's fund.
However, according to the page the family has asked that the money be redirected to the ICF charity.
Around 5,000 of the wristbands, lime green with the band Coldplay's quote " We live in a beautiful world", are on order. For more information on the wristbands and to see the Facebook memorial site click here.