Afternoon shooting injures two - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/19/09

Afternoon shooting injures two

LUBBOCK, TX. (KCBD) Police investigate a shooting Thursday afternoon in Lubbock. Two people were injured but luckily they were not critically hurt.

Police say there was an ongoing dispute between two groups of people in the 4900 block of 42nd Street. After an exchange of words, police say shots came from a car with four black males. A teenager identified by police as Martin Rosales was shot in the buttock, and a second bullet grazed an individual identified as Danielle Quintana in the arm.

 The suspects might have left in a black, or dark green car. Police tell NewsChannel 11 that charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon are possible.

 

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