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Two suspects arrested in Friday afternoon shooting

Two suspects are now behind bars after a shooting in Friday afternoon in south Abilene.

Tuesday morning, Abilene police announced 28-year-old Kendra Nicole Jones, and 33-year-old Cory Dewayne Williams have been arrested.

Jones was booked into the Taylor County Jail on Monday, June 4th.

Both were arrested in the Stamford area.

Police say they shot a man on a bicycle near S. Third and Larkin streets.

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Williams is charged with aggravated assault with a gun. His bond was set at $100,000.

Jones is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Her bond was set at $20,000.

Police Chief Stan Standridge will hold a news conference about the shooting arrests and other "ongoing investigations" at 3 p.m. KTXS will stream it live here on KTXS.com and the KTXS Facebook page.

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A man on a bicycle was shot multiple times on Friday afternoon in south Abilene.

At about 12:30 p.m. on Friday, emergency crews were dispatched to the intersection of South Third Street and Larkin Street in Abilene to a report of a person being shot.

When emergency crews arrived on the scene, they found a man with multiple gunshot wounds.

The Abilene Police Department's public information officer, Rick Tomlin, said that it is possible that a fight broke out at another location before the shooting.

"From what we know right now is there's one victim that was shot possibly in the leg, possibly a couple of times, and also assaulted with a blunt object," Tomlin said.

Tomlin also said that while the victim was riding a bike, the suspects were in a vehicle.

Authorities at the scene interviewed possible witnesses of the shooting.

David Wetherington said that he watched the shooting happen from his kitchen window.

"First, I heard a gunshot, well, I thought it was a firecracker at first and I looked out the window, I've seen this guy in a bike getting shot by this guy in a big blue shirt," Wetherington said.

The victim was taken to Hendrick Medical Center and is expected to survive, according to law enforcement personnel.

The Abilene Police Department is actively searching for the suspects that were inside of the vehicle.

KTXS News will have more information on this developing story once further details become available.

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