1 dead, 1 injured, 1 jailed after neighborhood dispute - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1 dead, 1 injured, 1 jailed after neighborhood dispute in Abernathy

Samuel Anthony Cisneros (Source: Hale County) Samuel Anthony Cisneros (Source: Hale County)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Officers took an Abernathy man to jail early Sunday morning after a standoff with the Lubbock County SWAT Team.

One man is dead, one man is injured, and one man is behind bars.

53-year-old Asuncion Loreds was sitting on the bed of his pickup truck is when he was shot and killed.

Police say he was shot at least two times, once in the stomach and once in the head.

Another man, Jose Ruben Perez, was shot in the back and is recovering at UMC. He is in serious condition.

Officer Chris Ballard was one of the officers who responded to the scene in the early hours Sunday. Ballard says what started as a neighborhood dispute quickly turned deadly.

"Upon arrival of the officers and myself, we did find two victims - two gun shot victims - one of which appeared to be deceased at the time, the second suffering a wound [that] appeared to be a gunshot wound to the back," Ballard said.

Abernathy PD was joined by the Hale County Sheriff and the Lubbock Sheriff, along with the SWAT team.

They set up a perimeter around the neighborhood and found the suspect, 18-year-old Samuel Anthony Cisneros, a few houses down from the scene, where they arrested him.

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