By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police have made an arrest in the shooting that sent a Baltimore woman to the hospital over the weekend.

Vincent Cooper, 29, of Baltimore, remains in custody while awaiting trial on a charge of  attempted first-degree murder, according to the Baltimore Police Department.

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Cooper is accused of shooting a 53-year-old woman after an unspecified dispute Saturday morning in Northeast Baltimore, police said.

The shooting was reported shortly after 7 a.m. Saturday near the intersection of Gibbons and Walther avenues, according to police.

Once officers arrived at the scene, they found the victim conscious but suffering from a gunshot wound.

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She was taken to an area hospital for treatment but is expected to survive.

Police did not disclose what led them to obtain a warrant for Cooper’s arrest in the case.

A search of court records shows he has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Nov. 30.

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CBS Baltimore Staff