By CBS13 Staff

MANTECA (CBS13) — Cory Croslow, the man accused of shooting another man in the parking lot of Big League Dreams in Manteca shot and killed himself in front of police detectives.

The shooting, which happened over the weekend, left one man in critical condition. Manteca police identified 42-year-old Stockton resident Cory Croslow as the suspect in Sunday’s shooting.

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A Ramey Warrant had been issued for Croslow, but his exact whereabouts were unknown. However, Manteca police say they got a tip on Tuesday morning that he was possibly seen near E. Hammer Lane and Maranatha Drive in Stockton.

Detectives got to the scene and a perimeter was set up. Croslow was soon spotted lying in an orchard near the area.

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As detectives tried to convince him to surrender, authorities say Croslow got up and committed suicide right in front of them.

No law enforcement officers discharged their weapons in the incident.

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The Big League Dreams parking lot shooting still remains under investigation. Exactly why Croslow shot the victim is still unclear.