A 19-year old male was found injured from a gunshot wound Thursday evening at a Junction City motel. 
Junction City police found the victim, identified as Trenton Penn from Minneapolis, Kan., at a Motel 6 location at 1931 Lacy Drive, after he was reported at approximately 11:14 p.m. 
Penn was life-flighted to Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka where he is currently in stable condition.
Police learned that the shooting occurred in a hote room after a physical altercation took place between the room’s occupants and the victim, who arrived a short time before the incident.
Police arrested Morgan Fabre, 19, of Manhattan on charges on alleged conspiracy to commit premeditated first degree murder, conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery; conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, and criminal threat. 
She is being held without bond pending her first court appearance.
Police are looking for Cody Breeden, 24, and Jeremy Breeden, 28 — all of Abilene. They’re also searching for an unknown third suspect who was captured on a surveillance video.
Police were also searching for Jeremy Garza, 27, who was found but later ruled out as one of the subjects involved.
Junction City Police Capt. Trish Giordano said all three suspects should be considered armed and dangerous. 
Anyone with information in regards to the incident and three subjects, are encouraged to contact the police department TIPS line at (785) 762-8477, or leave a webtip at Gearycrimestoppers.com
Informants are allowed to remain anonymous if they wish and may be eligible for a cash reward.  

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