ABILENE, Texas - The family of Roberto S. Cisneros, who was killed early Tuesday morning in a shooting on Vogel Street, is attempting to raise money to help with unexpected funeral expenses.
According to police reports, Cisneros was found dead around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday on the sidewalk outside of an apartment complex in the 3400 block of Vogel Street. An 18-year-old Anson man - Jared William Dean Dykes - has been charged with murder.
An account has been set up with First Financial Bank with an account number of 1110158035.
In addition, the family will be selling plates that will be $7 each on Friday, beginning at 11 a.m. and until all the food is gone. Serving locations will include: 1772 Westview and 1445 N. 17th Street.
At the Westview location, Picadillo plates with rice, beans, and tortillas will be sold. Those who have questions or to order plates at this location can call Julia at (325) 320-4072.
At the North 17th Street, brisket plates with potato salad, rice, beans and bread will be sold. Those who have questions concerning this location or to order plates can call Megan Maida at (325) 829-2678 or Genesis Cisneros Gonzales at (325) 320-0323.
"On behalf of his mother, sisters, brothers & all of our extended family, all of your prayers, thoughts, & or donations are greatly appreciated," the family said in an email.
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