Suspect Convicted of Aggravated Assault in 2014 South Abilene Shooting

ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) - A suspect has been convicted of Aggravated Assault in connection to a 2014 south Abilene shooting that left two men in the hospital.

Ezequiel Alvarez, 30, will be sentenced for the Aggravated Assault charge after a pre-sentencing investigation which will take about 45 days.

Court documents say Alvarez and Zeke Munos, along with their girlfriends, got into an argument with Kimberly Garcia at a bar. The group went to a Jefferson Street address and began shooting into the ground outside the home, according to the documents, which also state Kimberly's uncle, Ernest, came outside and was then shot in the foot by Alvarez. Another victim, whose relation to Ernest  is unclear, was shot in the chest while Ernest was again shot in the abdomen, according to the documents.

Alvarez tried to drive away from approaching cops but was stopped a short distance away from the scene.  The gun used in the shooting was also recovered from where it was thrown from the driver's side window.

 


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