Two Houston teens happen to be arrested and billed with capital murder within the fatal shooting of some other youthful guy on the new set of Nike Jordans athletic shoes.
, 18, and , 19, are billed within the 12 ,. 21 shooting of within the 1700 block of Plumwood in northwest Harris County.
Bland was arrested Friday, and Arrington had been in custody of the children on the control of failure to report a criminal offence within an unrelated shooting, based on police force records.
Wood, 22, was shot inside a parked vehicle because he was attempting to escape two armed males demanding his new Jordans, based on the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
He and the other guy had bought several pairs from the recently launched Jordans XI "Bred" athletic shoes earlier that morning at Willowbrook Mall after which had driven home.
Drove away, wounded
When Wood's companion arrived at his house, a eco-friendly 4 door vehicle drawn up before them, researchers stated.
An armed guy emerged in the eco-friendly vehicle and required the brand new footwear, which retail for around $185.
The motive force went served by the armed guy firing at him, departing Wood, the passenger, behind.
Because the driver knocked on the neighbor's door for help, he heard more gunfire, which switched to be considered a second guy shooting at Wood.
Although wounded, Wood handled to slid driving and drive away, simply to crash between two houses striking a gas line, the sheriff's office stated.
Wood was come to , where he died.
His companion was unhurt.
Bland and Arrington are scheduled to look Jan. 2 within the 178th Condition District Court.
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