Now, a 19-year-old man, his mom, father, and uncle are charged with homicide.
Round 11:30 p.m. Monday, deputies responded to a capturing within the 17100 block of Hilton Hole Drive within the Westminster Village subdivision, the place they discovered a darkish grey Dodge Challenger deserted within the entrance yard of a house.
The automobile had a number of bullet holes to the passenger facet, and authorities decided the driving force, recognized as 29-year-old Eddie Clark, had left the highway and hit a tree.
Clark managed to get out of the automobile and ran a brief distance earlier than he collapsed. Medics arrived and found he had been shot.
He was flown through LifeFlight to Memorial Hermann Hospital, the place he died.
Again on the scene, deputies discovered 39-year-old Florinda Argueta and her son, 19-year-old Joe Argueta.
The mom stated she had filed a number of studies with the sheriff’s workplace about her household’s house and autos being broken. In line with deputies, Florinda stated her household suspected a teen buddy of her son’s ex-girlfriend was chargeable for the injury.
A kind of studies listed a black Dodge Charger as a doable suspect car.
When Joe noticed what he believed to be the Charger, he and his household allegedly tried to dam it with their very own autos.
Nevertheless, it turned out they had been blocking Clark’s Challenger.
Two males within the Argueta household, one armed with a baseball bat and one other armed with a pistol, walked as much as the sufferer’s automobile.
When Clark tried to get away, the person with the pistol fired a number of gunshots into the passenger’s facet of the Challenger, deputies stated.
In line with the sheriff’s workplace, Joe confessed to capturing Clark’s automobile till he crashed. He’s in custody.
Florinda was interviewed on the scene and launched, however authorities say she is needed.
Father Luis Argueta, 45, and uncle Margarito Alcantar, 29, are additionally wished. They fled the scene earlier than deputies arrived.
The Arguetas and Alcantar are charged with homicide.
Authorities stated Clark lives within the subdivision and was on his means house when he was killed. Investigators stated the Arguetas did not know him.
Clark’s homicide is being investigated by the Harris County Sheriff’s Workplace Murder Unit.
Anybody with info relating to the investigation or the situation of the wished suspects is requested to contact the Murder Unit at 713-274-9100 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).
Watch the unique report from ABC13’s Courtney Fischer.
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