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Shooting in Central Lubbock Leaves Two Dead

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The likely suspect in an afternoon shooting is dead.

The shooting happened just before 5 p.m. Wednesday at 4312 60th Street in Lubbock.

Around 10 shots were fired, resulting in the wounding of Dustin McClelland, who later died at University Medical Center.

The suspect fled the scene in a blue Dodge Charger, and was found at Christ the King School, located in the 4000 block of 54th Street.

The suspect, David Castenada, had reportedly written a suicide note earlier in the day, and is now dead by his own hand.

No word yet on the circumstances of the shooting.

 

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