UPDATE (5:35 p.m. Friday, May 27)

According to a news release from the Clovis Police Department, detectives with the department obtained an arrest warrant for 49-year-old Ray Gomez related to the shooting in the 900 block of Edwards in Clovis May 11.

According to the release, Gomez was charged with murder in the first degree and is currently being held at the Curry County Adult Detention Center.

UPDATE (9:36 a.m.)

Officials from the Clovis Police Department released further information on the Wednesday afternoon shooting in Clovis.

According to an update, the man Police found lying on the ground with possible gunshot wounds in the 900 block of Edwards Street, identified as 43-year-old Manuel Rodriguez, died in Lubbock from injuries sustained in the incident.

Officers with the Clovis Police Department said the case continues to be under active investigation. The department requests that anyone having information related to the incident to contact the department at 575-769-1921, provide tips through the department’s tip411 mobile application or by calling the Curry County Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000.

Original Story:

CLOVIS, New Mexico (KAMR/KCIT) — Officials with the Clovis Police Department released information regarding a shooting that occurred in Clovis on Wednesday.

According to the news release, officers from the Clovis Police Department responded to an incident in the 900 block of Edwards Street in reference to a man lying on the ground with possible gunshot wounds. When officers arrived, officials found the man, identified as a 43-year-old, who had multiple gunshot wounds to his torso.

The man was transported to a local hospital and was then transferred to Lubbock for further treatment because he had life-threatening injuries, according to the release.

Officers with the Clovis Police Department said the case continues to be under active investigation. The department requests that anyone having information related to the incident to contact the department at 575-769-1921, provide tips through the department’s tip411 mobile application or by calling the Curry County Crime Stoppers at 575-763-7000.