Riverside, California 2021-09-24 18:43:33 –
Corpus Christi police arrested a man who wanted to be murdered and a woman who wanted to fail to report a felony.
Terry Stafford, 29, was arrested Friday night after a warrant was issued on Thursday. The warrant is related to a shooting at a convenience store at 4100 blocks on Ayers Street earlier this week.
His deposit is set at $ 1 million.
The 22-year-old Mercedes Martinez was issued another warrant for failing to report a felony and blocking his arrest.
Her deposit is set at $ 35,000.
Martinez also has a valid warrant if he does not appear in a deteriorating assault with a deadly, unbonded weapon.
Stafford and Martinez were located in north-central Texas, police said. They are handed over to Nueces County.
Around 4 pm on Monday, a police officer who received a call about the shooting went to the store. They found a man with a gunshot wound. He was taken to the hospital and died of an injury.
The man was identified by a Nueces County Medical Inspector as 44-year-old John Wesley Lucas. He had a gunshot wound on his chest.
Police were searching for the suspect’s car and two women who were called officials earlier in the week.
On Thursday, a police spokesperson said a vehicle that appeared to be involved was found and confiscated, but refused to provide additional details.
Police said two people of interest had been identified.
Anyone who has information about the shootings and whereabouts of these people should call Corpus Christi Police at 361-886-2840.
Ashlee Burns covers South Texas trending and up-to-date news. See subscription options and special offers at Caller.com/subscribe
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