Updated: Domestic Dispute Ends in Shooting - KFDA - NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports

01.03.07

Updated: Domestic Dispute Ends in Shooting

An Amarillo man is shot in an Amarillo neighborhood just before noon and remains in critical condition. 

There's little information being released right now on this crime, but we did speak with Lt. Gary Trupe to find out the latest on this investigation.

According to Trupe, Amarillo Police were called to the 4200 Block of Crockett Street just before eleven this morning, that's where they found 36-year-old Steven Roe shot several times.
  

He was then taken to a local hospital and as his condition worsened, the Special Crimes Unit took over the case.
  

Police then searched for the main suspect and found her at a local hotel. The suspect is a 33-year-old woman who has been arrested. Police say she and the victim had a previous "domestic" relationship and have kids together.


"We're going to work this like any other crime and gather all the information and facts we can and present them to a district attorney for charges to be filed," says Lt. Gary Trupe of the Special Crimes Unit.
  

The suspect was booked into the Randall County jail on charges of aggrevated assault with a deadly weapon.  

Update:

The man Amarillo police say was shot Wednesday by his ex-wife, remains in critical condition at this hour. 

Christina Boyd is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Police say she shot Steven Roe at a home at 42-13 south Crockett.
  

Police say Boyd and Roe have been divorced for over a year.
  

A weapon possibly used in the incident was recovered today.

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