A woman and a man were arrested after a shooting that wounded a woman inside the Glory Road parking garage early Sunday in the Cincinnati Entertainment District, El Paso police said.
Sasha Michaela Davis, 21, of Killeen, Texas, and Romannie Shrouder, 23, of Northeast El Paso, were detained by University of Texas at El Paso police as they were attempting to leave the scene, police said.
The shooting occurred about 12:30 a.m. Sunday in the garage next to the UTEP campus in the nightlife district in Kern Place.
An investigation by El Paso police detectives found that the shooting stemmed from a fight between Davis and another woman, a police news release stated.
The confrontation involved Shrouder and Davis and three El Paso women, ages 17, 21 and 23, police said. Their names were not disclosed.
During the squabble, Shrouder allegedly pulled out a rifle and stopped the fight. Davis got into Shrouder's SUV and they drove away only to return moments later, police said.
Davis allegedly shot the 23-year-old woman when Davis fired a handgun at her and the 17-year-old. Shrouder is accused of aiming a shotgun at the 21-year-old woman, police said.
Davis and Shrouder attempted to drive away afterward but were stopped by UTEP police. The investigation was handled by detectives with the El Paso police Crimes Against Persons Unit.
The woman who was wounded in the shooting was taken to a hospital for medical treatment. The extent of her injury was not disclosed.
Davis was arrested on a two felony charges of aggravated assault. She remained jailed Monday under a total bond of $300,000 at the El Paso County Jail in Downtown.
Shrouder was arrested on one count of aggravated assault. He was booked into jail on Sunday and released the same day on a $100,000 surety bond, according to jail records.
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