Josh Turney Death – According to the Huntsville Police Department (HPD), the individual who was killed in the shooting that took place on Newson Road on Friday evening has been identified. A call about a shooting was received about 5:30 p.m. on Friday evening in the general area of Newson Road. The Houston Police Department has reported that one individual was discovered injured and transported to the hospital.
Josh Turney, age 33, was the victim, and he passed away on Saturday morning as a result of his injuries. According to the HPD, the incident is being looked into as a possible homicide at this point. The authorities have not yet located a suspect in this case. Please get in touch with the Houston Police Department at (256) 722-7100 if you or anyone you know has any information regarding this event.
Related topic: HPD Investigators seek information on murder suspect
The Huntsville Police Department (HPD) is seeking the aid of the general public in locating Deonte Shavon Shelton, who is 27 years old. They are looking for information on his whereabouts. As a result of a gunshot that took place on September 30 at 12:17 p.m. at 4116 Newson Road, investigators with the Major Crimes Unit were able to secure arrest warrants for Shelton for the crimes of murder and robbery.
Following a verbal dispute that took place between Shelton and the victim, Tyron Williams, at an apartment complex, Shelton is accused of shooting and killing Williams, who was 54 years old. The defendant and the victim both lived at the apartment complex, which leads investigators to believe that drug use played a role in the incident. Shelton is known to live in the apartment complex with the leaseholder, Teonna Breonshea Ray, who is 22 years old. Late Thursday afternoon, investigators issued a search warrant on a unit in the complex where Shelton is known to live with Ray.
At around 7:45 p.m., she was placed under arrest and transported to the Madison County Jail on charges of possession of marijuana, drug trafficking – opium, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of possession of controlled substances. On Friday, October 1, shortly after midnight, Ray was able to post the $23,800 bond necessary to get out of jail and return home. Investigators from the Houston Police Department are asking anyone who may have information on the whereabouts of Shelton or about William’s murder to call them at (256) 722-7100.
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