Monday, May 23, 2022

Archery and Target Shooting

Want to try a new sport? Want to learn a new skill? Southlake Parks and Recreation has something for you!

Come get a taste of archery as we travel to a local range to learn from a certified instructor how to properly use a bow and arrow. After a brief talk on archery safety, you will be hitting the target in no time. Bring your friends ages 10 – 14, and compete to see who the best shot is on Saturday, April 1 at 8:30AM.

You can register your child online or at the Community Services office located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210.

Please contact (817) 748-8019 for more information.

Murder Charges Pending in Shooting Death

At around 5:15 pm yesterday, Southlake officers responded to a reported shooting in the 100 block of Central Avenue at the intersection of FM 1709. Upon arrival, officers located the shooter, later identified as 52-year old Kenneth Dean Martin, and one victim who sustained a gunshot wound. The victim appeared to have been seated in her vehicle when she was shot. Martin was immediately taken into custody without incident. A handgun was recovered at the scene. The victim, who was identified as 55-year old Linda Martin, was transported to Baylor Grapevine where she was pronounced dead shortly before 10:30 pm last night. Kenneth Martin is in custody pending arraignment. He will be charged with murder.

Both the suspect and the victim reside in Flower Mound. The couple was involved in divorce proceedings. The shooting is still under investigation.

Kenneth Dean Martin

Suspect: Kenneth Dean Martin

Town Square Shooting – Suspect Vehicle Pictures

The Southlake Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a vehicle belonging to a suspect(s) involved in last night’s fatal shooting.

Below are pictures of the vehicle which is described as a white SUV with champagne-colored trim at the bottom of the vehicle. The first three letters of the license plate may be “BHY.”

Anyone with information should contact Detective Karl Moore with the Southlake Police Department at 817-748-8127.

Alternate view of suspect vehicle

Image of suspect vehicle