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Altus police arrest 2 in shooting

Isaac Ray Castillo Isaac Ray Castillo
Denise Martinez Denise Martinez

ALTUS, Okla._Altus police arrested two people in connection to a shooting in Altus Wednesday evening.

Police were called to a home on the 300 block of East Liveoak Street around 5:45 p.m. Wednesday when a dark colored Dodge Durango reportedly pulled into an alley and fired a single shot at a group of people. No one was injured and the vehicle left the area.

Approximately two hours later, police found a vehicle matching the description on the 300 block of South Spurgeon Street, which is approximately four blocks from where the shooting occurred. One of the victims identified the driver, 18-year-old Isaac Ray Castillo, as the shooter.

Castillo was arrested and taken to the Jackson County Jail on complaints of not having a driver's license and for not having insurance. Investigators later added shooting with intent to kill. Castillo's passenger, 21-year-old Denise Martinez, was arrested on a complaint of obstructing an officer after she interfered with the investigation.


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