Two women, who were apparently dating, were shot in a small south Texas town over the weekend.
Authorities have not said whether the victims' sexual orientation played a part in the shooting, but the police chief of the town said the incident did not appear to be a random attack.
"This particular case, it does have some of the earmarks of a targeted attack," Chief Randy Wright of Portland told CNN affiliate KZTV.
One of the victims died, while the other is clinging to life.
"Well, at best we know they were really good friends. Some of their friends have stated that they were in a relationship," Wright told CNN on Monday night. "They were found by two visitors to the park Saturday morning."FULL STORY