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10/28/04

Overnight Shooting at Windcrest Estacado Apartments

A shooting happened around 10:15pm Wednesday night at the Windcrest Estacado Apartments. Lubbock Police found 32-year-old Brian Mitchell shot in the back.

EMS took Mitchell to University Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. At this time, police are looking for a suspect described as a 21-year-old black male. However, police do not think the shooting is related to Monday's quadruple homicide.

"As far as we can tell right now it has no relations to recent effects in the complex which is a good thing and as far as we know this was a dispute between two individuals," said Lt.Greg Stevens.

Lieutenant Stevens adds that the police department stepped up patrol immediately after the quadruple homicide. And after last night's shootings, they're adding another patrol car.

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