WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - A suspect has been booked into the Sedgwick County Jail for the shooting death of a 26-year-old woman in southeast Wichita.

Jail records show Dennis Leroy Alcox was booked Thursday afternoon for first-degree murder, criminal possession of a firearm and contempt of court. 

Officers responded just before 2 a.m. Thursday to the report of a shooting at an apartment complex near Harry and Rock Road. Capt. Lt. Aaron Moses said in a briefing later Thursday morning that officers arrived to find Audreanna Hidalgo, of Wichita, with a gunshot wound. She died at the scene. 

Lt. Moses said the shooting was a case of "intimate partner violence." Investigators identified a suspect, a 38-year-old man later identified as Alcox, who was arrested in Junction City.

Alcox, who is from Junction City, was on pre-trial supervision for an aggravated battery charge, Moses said. Alcox also has a pending charge of criminal possession of a weapon under the same Sedgwick County case. 

Alcox has prior convictions on 16 charges in Sedgwick and Geary counties that include aggravated domestic battery, three counts of criminal possession of a firearm, three counts of aggravated assault, assault, attempted indecent solicitation of a child, criminal discharge of a firearm, criminal restraint, criminal threat, drug possession, DUI, domestic battery, and failure to register, according to Kansas Department of Corrections records. 

"There is no documented history between the suspect and victim through the Wichita Police Department," Moses said Thursday. "Wichita is a vibrant community with much promise, and crimes of violence affect the entire city. Specifically, crimes of domestic violence can affect anyone."

Anyone who is a survivor of domestic violence is encouraged to seek support and report the violence to police. 

Hidalgo's death was Wichita's eighth criminal homicide of the year and the second this week. On Monday evening, someone opened fire on an apartment near Harry and Oliver, killing a 1-year-old boy and injuring two 24-year-old women.