Baytown, Texas Home Shooting Injures Three Teenagers; Motive Remains Unclear While Suspects Still At Large

By Claire Parker, Parent Herald January 10, 06:45 am
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A shooting took place at a home in Baytown, Texas and it injured three teenagers. The motive regarding the shooting remained unknown while the suspects were still at large.

According to Chron, the shooting took place early Sunday and the authorities said that it happened around 3:30 a.m. Officers responded to the calls about shots being fired at a home located in the 1300 block of Pine Street. Five men were inside a home in the area when the violence took place.

As per the police report, one of the five men and the suspect started to argue. The man was armed with a handgun and KHOU.com reported that the suspect knew one of the five men inside the home. He was even greeted when he entered the home but started firing after the argument.

It was unclear how one of the suspects know one of the five people at home where the shooting took place. The suspect, on the other hand, fled the scene using a silver Chevrolet Impala.

Moreover, one of the suspects was said to go by the name Time. Another suspect was the man who fired the shots. They were both 6-foot-3, weighed around 130 to 150 pounds and said to be black males.

When the officers arrived at the scene, they found three 18-year-olds with gunshot wounds and were all conscious. They were all taken to hospitals in Houston and they're expected to survive their wounds. Their identities have yet to be released while the two other men inside the home were said to be ages 19 and 21.

The Baytown Crime Stoppers offer an award, which amounts to $5,000, to anyone who could lead to the arrest of the two suspects. Anyone who has information about the matter is urged to call (281) 427-8477 or fill out an online form on the Baytown website. They could also give anonymous calls to 281-427-TIPS.

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