Two people are arrested in connection with a shooting last weekend in Grand Junction. The suspects are being held in the Mesa County jail and Grand Junction police say they're facing several charges including attempted murder for their alleged involvement in a shooting in a downtown neighborhood last Saturday morning. According to published reports, 22-year-old Eric Snyder and 24-year-old Bretrina Aguayo, both of grand junction, were arrested this past week. The arrest affidavits have been sealed, but during Friday's court hearings Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger told judge Art Smith that Snyder had confessed to the shooting of Lindsay Little. The Shooting happened near 10th Street and Belford Avenue on Saturday. Little has been listed in good condition at St. Mary's hospital. Snyder could possibly face attempted first degree murder charges while Aguayo could be charged with complicity to commit attempted first degree murder. The two are expected back in court sometime next week.
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