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Two Sisters Allegedly Shot by One of Their Boyfriends


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The Rowlett Police Department has arrested a 34-year-old man for his alleged role in a shooting incident that left one woman dead and another woman injured.

Following a report of two injured women, officers from Rowlett PD responded to a Valero gas station located in the 1600 block of Dalrock Road in Rowlett, which is in Rockwall County, on July 4, at approximately 7:28 p.m.

Responding officers found the victims, identified as Hillary Plouck, 31, and Hayley Plouck, 24, with gunshot injuries.

The victims were transported to a local hospital, where Hillary was pronounced dead. Hayley is expected to survive her injuries.

Hayley told the responding officers that they had been shot by her boyfriend, identified as Keith Richmond, according to The Dallas Morning News.

Authorities revealed that Richmond fled the scene in a gold vehicle. Rowlett police and communication officers located the suspect’s Garland home address.

Rowlett police reached out to the Garland Police Department for assistance apprehending the suspect. Garland PD officers responded to the address listed as Richmond’s home and located the suspect outside in the parking lot next to the gold vehicle.

Upon seeing the officers, Richmond fled to avoid arrest but was shortly arrested after a brief foot chase. Rowlett police arrived and took custody of the suspect.

Richmond has a prior charge for murder, according to Rowlett PD. The suspect is now facing charges of murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon/family violence.

Richmond is currently being held in the Rowlett jail. It is unclear whether he had an attorney or whether a judge has set his bail. Police also did not reveal the prospective motives or circumstances that led to the shooting.

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4 months ago

Why was he roaming the streets if he has a prior charge? If judges would get tough on crime shootings would plummet. It’s not a gun issue.

Reply to  caseyp
4 months ago

My first thought as well. The VIth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution grants the accused “the right to a speedy and public trial,” We need an amendment granting a similar right to the entire population.

Crime would also be reduced if the accused were not identified until after trial and then only if found guilty.

Reply to  caseyp
4 months ago

absolutely, if make the punishment to fit the crime, we wouldn’t have this problem