Warrenton PD

Police continue to seek leads in the Jan. 8 slaying of a 27-year-old Warrenton man inside of his apartment in a shooting that left two others with serious wounds.

Fabian Jorge Sosa was found shot to death in his residence on Jackson Street in Warrenton in what the Warrenton Police Department is now saying was a targeted act.

Law enforcement responded to complaints of yelling and gunshots at 4 a.m. to the apartment complex.

The investigation currently indicates the shooting was not random. Sosa and two other men injured in the shooting were the targets of this crime, according to Warrenton Police Department.

Early indicators led law enforcement to believe that the suspects, described by witnesses as running from the complex after the shooting, fled the immediate area.

A 22-year-old man and 25-year-old man were also found in the apartment suffering from life threatening gunshot wounds. They were both airlifted to a regional trauma center.

The Warrenton Police Department is investigating the fatal shooting and shooting of the other two men other men with assistance from Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office, Virginia State Police and the FBI.

Anyone with information about the crime should contact the Warrenton Police Department at 540/347-1100. A caller’s identity may remain anonymous.

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