Three of Four Suspects Arrested in In Drive By Shooting - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/6/06

Three of Four Suspects Arrested in In Drive By Shooting

Lubbock Police have named four suspects in a drive by shooting that nearly killed a man Wednesday. Tonight, all but one is in custody.

Lubbock Police are actively searching for 26-year-old Adrian Walker. He is considered armed and extremely dangerous. The three other men already in custody are: 26-year-old Steven Sanders, 24-year-old Larry Williams and 27-year-old Raymond Jefferson. Sanders was located Thursday evening, Williams is held on a warrant for unrelated charges, and Jefferson turned himself in to police late Thursday afternoon. 

The shooting victim, 21-year-old Undra Baker, is still clinging to life at University Medical Center. He suffered a gunshot wound to the head during the drive by shooting early Wednesday morning. The shooters targeted the 1600 block of 59th Street. Police believe the shooting is part of an ongoing dispute.

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