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Drive-by Shooting Victim Listed in Stable Condition

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An innocent victim of a drive-by shooting is now listed in stable condition at a Yakima hospital. Yakima Police Capt. Rod Light says 26-year-old Magaly Alejandre was shot in the back while sleeping in her home in the 11 hundred block of south 6th Avenue at about 12:30 this morning.  Light says she’s not involved with gangs and the shots weren’t intended for her home.  Light says local gang members were shooting at a vehicle down the street when one of the bullets hit Alejandre’s home,  the bullet first hitting a mattress and then traveling into her back. Her baby sleeping nearby was not injured.  No arrests have been made but Light says witnesses are talking with detectives today.

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