HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Police have arrested a second suspect in the killing of a Hartford woman who was an unintended target when she was shot while cooking dinner in her home last month. City police announced Monday that 24-year-old Edwin Roman was arrested in North Haven on Saturday and charged with murder and gun crimes. Fifty-six-year-old Sylvia Cordova was shot in the head when people outside the house opened fire during what police say was a dispute over a stolen dirt bike. It's not clear if Roman has a lawyer who could respond to the allegations. He's detained on $2 million bail. A 21-year-old man also is charged in the killing.