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On the 1 st of August 2017 at approximately 6:18 A.M., Big Spring Police Department Officers
were dispatched to 1410 E. 11 th Place in reference to an individual who had been shot. Upon
arrival the victim, identified as Lonnie Gray B/M 37 years of age, was found within the
residence. It was determined that Gray had been shot in the thigh and hand. Gray was
immediately transported to Scenic Mountain Medical Center by Big Spring Emergency Medical
Services personnel for treatment. The Big Spring Police Department Criminal Investigations
Division was notified to respond. The investigation has determined two other individuals had
departed the residence prior to officer’s arrival. Detectives secured a search warrant for the
residence which led to the discovery of evidence. The investigation has led to an arrest
warrant being obtained for Quincy Lamar Henry B/M 28 years of age for the offense of
Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon a Felony 2 offense. It is believed Gray and Henry
were at the residence and an argument ensued leading to the shooting of Gray by Henry. At
this time Gray is in stable condition at Scenic Mountain Medical Center. The Big Spring Police
Department is continuing to follow up on leads as this is an ongoing investigation.
If you have any information regarding this incident or to the location of Quincy Lamar Henry,
please call CrimeStoppers at (432) 263-tips (8477). You can also leave an anonymous tip using
the “P3 Tips” mobile application.
 
Chief of Police, Chad Williams
Lieutenant Brian Gordon
Sergeant Tony Everett

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