Ogden Police Investigating Shooting That Killed One, Injured Another
OGDEN, Utah – Officials with the Ogden Police Department said one woman was shot and killed, while another woman was hospitalized in stable condition after being shot early Wednesday morning.
Police said they received a call of shots fired in the 3000 block of Adams Avenue before 1 a.m Wednesday.
Officers at the scene located an adult woman who had been shot outside the home. She was treated by members of the Ogden Fire Department and taken to an area hospital in stable condition.
Inside the home, police said a 40-year-old woman had sustained gunshot injuries and was dead. Her identity was not released.
Ogden resident Sergio Chavez, 40, was arrested and booked into the Weber County Jail on charges of murder, forgery and possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person, police said.
Authorities added the investigation is in its initial stages and hours of interviews, investigation and forensic services need to take place.
“Detectives from the Ogden Police Department, the Weber County Homicide Task Force and CSI are actively working with prosecutors from the Weber County Attorney’s Office to ensure a complete and thorough investigation,” police said.
Anyone with information on the incident was asked to call Ogden police Det. Lunt at (801) 629-8209.
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