Houston murder suspect was out on felony bond when he shot a Texas man during an argument: police

Date:


NEWNow you can take heed to Fox Information articles!

A homicide suspect has been charged with fatally capturing a Texas man who approached him about breaking into his automobile – all whereas he was out on felony bond. 

Jerel R. Banks, 21, is suspected of homicide and tampering with proof associated to a southwest Houston capturing that killed Blake Deion Davenport on June 30, the Houston Police Division stated Wednesday. 

Police had initially responded to a report of a capturing within the car parking zone of a Houston condo advanced and located Davenport with a number of gunshot wounds. Paramedics pronounced Davenport lifeless on the scene. 

OFF-DUTY CALIFORNIA POLICE OFFICER SHOT AND KILLED IN GYM PARKING LOT

Jerel R. Banks has been charged with fatally capturing a person who allegedly confronted him about automobile break-ins. 
(Houston Police Division)

In keeping with detectives, the deceased sufferer confronted Banks, who he suspected of breaking into his automobile twice. Police say that after an argument ensued, the suspect shot Davenport. 

CALIFORNIA COP KILLING SUSPECT HAS VIOLENT RAP SHEET, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONVICTION IN MARCH

That is when Davenport’s girlfriend shot the suspect together with her personal gun, police say. Banks allegedly ran away whereas firing a shot at Davenport’s girlfriend, who was struck within the leg and handled at a hospital.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Banks was arrested with out incident final Friday. Houston Police Division’s press launch didn’t reveal what Banks was out on felony bond for. 

File photo of Houston police outside a crime scene. 

File photograph of Houston police exterior against the law scene. 
(KRIV)

 

Share post:

Popular

More like this
Related