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Boys, 13 and 14, arrested on murder charge in Texas shooting

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FORT WORTH, Texas -

Police say two boys, aged 13 and 14, have been arrested on a capital murder charge in the fatal shooting of a woman in her Fort Worth apartment.
  
Fort Worth Police Lt. Paula Fimbres tells KXAS-TV that 31-year-old Yesenia Gutierrez was shot during an attempted burglary Friday afternoon.
  
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office says Gutierrez was shot in the neck and head and ruled her death a homicide. The two suspects are confined to a juvenile detention center. Authorities haven't released their names.
  
Police arrested the boys after linking them to the shooting during a traffic stop. It's unclear who was driving the car.
  
The Texas Juvenile Justice Department says more than 130,000 minors have entered the juvenile justice system this year.
  
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Information from: KXAS-TV, http://www.nbcdfw.com

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