Woman Shot And Killed In Cleveland; Suspect Donald Lee Abbott In Custody

Monday, July 27, 2015
Donald Lee Abbott
Donald Lee Abbott

A woman was shot and killed at a residence in Cleveland early Monday morning.

The Cleveland Police Department responded to 3830 Westview Dr. off Blythe Ferry Road at 2:37 a.m.

Officers found a female shot in the upper torso. She afterward succumbed to her injuries.

Police said the suspect, Donald Lee Abbott, 46, is now in custody.  

Cleveland Police Detective Daniel Gibbs is investigating the crime. Crime Scene tech and investigators were processing the crime scene.

Abbott is believed to be driving this type vehicle
Abbott is believed to be driving this type vehicle

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