Woman sought for questioning about Saginaw shooting

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A motorist was shot to death early Sunday after an altercation that spilled onto a street in Saginaw, according to police.

The victim was driving a car when another vehicle pulled up near her vehicle and opened fire, Saginaw police said.

The name of the victim was not released.

On Sunday, police released a surveillance video snapshot of a woman they want to identify and interview who may have information about the shooting. The photograph came from a Saginaw store surveillance camera taken several minutes before the shooting.

"We are still trying to piece it all together," said Saginaw police officer Damon Ing. "I wouldn't call it road rage. Apparently, there was some type of an altercation. Everybody got into a vehicle and drove off. The next thing we know, there's a shooting."

Police arrived shortly after the shooting at 12:05 a.m. in the 200 block of East Bailey Boswell Road in Saginaw and found the gunshot victim. She was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, where she later died.

Police said they believe one shot was fired by an assailant in a vehicle that drove up near the victim's car. The shooting occurred about five miles from the store in an area with large fields and no homes in the immediate vicinity, Ing said.

"Evidence was found at the scene," Ing said, declining further comment.

A witness told authorities about an altercation, and that led back to the store, which police did not identify.

"Right now, we just want to find her," Ing said of the woman in the surveillance snapshot. Anyone with information should call Saginaw police at 817-232-0311.

Domingo Ramirez Jr.,


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