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Police: Family Violence Ends In Shooting Death

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Glenn Keese (credit: Garland Police Dept.)

Glenn Keese (credit: Garland Police Dept.)

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GARLAND (CBSDFW.COM) - A Sunday domestic disturbance call ended with one dead, according to Garland police.

It happened just after 5:30 p.m. at the 900 block of Bay Shore Drive. Officers received reports of shots fired as they pulled up to the residence. Officers entered the home to find Steven Escobar, 32, with multiple gunshot wounds, and Glenn Keese, 52, holding a handgun, police said.

Keese released the gun and was taken into custody without incident. Fire paramedics transported Escobar to Medical Center of Plano where he later died.

Police said they believe Escobar was fighting with Keese’s family members when the argument turned deadly. Escobar was dating Keese’s niece, Kristina Keese.

Keese was taken into custody and faces a murder charge. His bail was set at $1 million.

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