Weekend Crime Blotter - Deadly Shooting and Deadly Accident

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    Two West Texas brothers have been rescued from 50-foot deep water retention pipe where the boys became stranded after using homemade devices to rappel to the bottom.

    Here's a list of crimes across North Texas over the weekend compiled on July 7, 2013, including a fatality accident, a deadly shooting and a standoff that led to the arrest of a homicide suspect.

    Dallas police say two men involved in an argument outside a gas station in the 3400 block of Webb Chapel were shot and killed just after 3:30 a.m. Sunday. Police say Vincente Flores, 28, and Osmia Flores, 30, were both taken to the hospital where they were pronounced dead. Police are still searching for the gunman.

    Just after 7:30 p.m. Saturday the Carrollton Police Department was called to a fatal accident on southbound Interstate 35 just south of the President George Bush Turnpike overpass. Police say the driver of a Pontiac sedan hit a pick-up truck which lost control and hit a pole, the driver of the pick-up was killed. Police said they arrested the driver of the car for investigation of intoxication manslaughter.

    At 3 p.m. Saturday, Dallas police were called to the 7500 block of Great Trinity Forest Way on a welfare check. Officers went into the home and found 73-year-old Ernest Lewis dead from homicidal violence. Police are still investigating.

    Arlington police say a standoff that started on Friday night ended early Saturday morning with the arrest of a man wanted for murder. Arlington police say they received a call at around 8:45 p.m Friday that a man had killed a woman in a duplex in the 600 block of Gemini Court. Officers found a woman dead at the duplex and saw the man they believed the man responsible was in an adjacent duplex where investigators believe the homicide took place. The man, Donald Paul Hunting, refused to speak to officers and surrender, according to police. Arlington police said out of an abundance of caution officers evacuated surrounding duplexes when witnesses told officers Hunting might have access to firearms. After several hours of unsuccessful negotiation the Arlington SWAT team responded to the scene. Hunting was taken into custody at around 4 a.m. on Saturday. Arlington police say Hunting is in the Arlington Jail held on one count of murder, his initial bond was set at $150,000.