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Police search for suspect in Sunday homicide


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Roswell Police are asking people to come forward with any information they might have about a homicide that occurred Sunday in south Roswell.

Stefon Gregory Doram Jr., 30, of Roswell, was found shot multiple times in a vehicle at Walker Boulevard and Eyman Street, according to a press release issued Monday by the Roswell Police Department. Roswell police officers and first responders were called to the scene at about 5:30 p.m. Sunday.

When police arrived, Doram had been shot several times but was still alive, the release stated. He was transported to an area hospital where he later died of his wounds.

Witnesses at the scene of the shooting said the vehicle Doram had been in had possibly been involved in an exchange of gunfire with another vehicle, according to the release.

No description of another vehicle was provided in the release.

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Sunday’s deadly shooting is the second homicide within the city of Roswell in less than two weeks. It is the fifth reported in the city in 2019.

On the evening of Friday, Oct. 4, Griselda Rascon, 33, of Roswell, was shot in the head at her 800 block of Deborah Drive residence. According to court documents, Rascon was shot during an alleged argument with her boyfriend Jesus Robles, 34, of Roswell. Rascon later died at Eastern New Mexico Medical Center.

Robles had been seen driving away from the scene immediately following the shooting, according to court documents. He was later found and arrested in Las Cruces on Wednesday. Robles now faces one charge of first-degree murder — willful and deliberate — and one charge of felon in possession of a firearm.

Breaking news reporter Alex Ross can be reached at 575-622-7710, ext. 301, or at breakingnews@rdrnews.com.

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