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Man Wanted For Aggravated Assault In Apartment Shooting

By Staff Report

NewsWest 9

ODESSA - We're now getting a look at the man wanted for a shooting at a party on Saturday.

Police are looking for 19-year-old Abner Bustillos who also goes by the name "Ace". An arrest warrant has been issued for his arrest.

We're told it all started as a fight in the parking lot of the Arbor Terrace Apartments around three in the morning.

Police say he shot at Mark Lujan grazing him in the head.

If you have any information on where Bustillos might be, you're asked to call Odessa police.

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