Suspect arrested in Sunday shooting - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/13/09

Suspect arrested in Sunday shooting

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A suspect has been arrested in connection to a central Lubbock shooting Sunday morning.

Police say Francis Cedillo shot 21-year-old Lucy Cortez Sunday morning outside Cortez's home in the 2200 block of 35th Street.

Cortez was taken to UMC where she was last listed in serious condition. Cedillo is charged with felony burglary of a habitation after breaking into the home of Lucy Cortez and shooting her. Her bond is suggested at $250 thousand.

Investigators believe the two women were fighting over a man they were both dating.

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