Second suspect charged with capital murder in May shooting at northeast Harris County apartment

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Police on Thursday arrested a second suspect in connection with a shooting in May that left one man dead at a north Harris County apartment complex.

Bryant Dwayne Dupree, 28, has been charged with capital murder related to his alleged role in luring another man, Matthew Franklin, to buy car parts at the Inwood Groves Apartments before fatally shooting him.

The first suspect, Justin Parker, was arrested back in June after trying to evade police for several weeks.

Bryant Dwayne Dupree has been charged with capital murder for his alleged involvement in a robbery that turned deadly in May at a north Harris County apartment.

Media: Constable Alan Rosen, Harris County Pct. 1 RELATED: HCSO: Suspect used promise of business to rob, fatally shoot man in north Harris County According to Dupree’s arrest affidavit, Franklin initially contacted a man only referred to as "Gucci" to buy a set of four rims and tires, among other car parts. Franklin told him that he had about $3,000 in cash."Gucci" eventually led Franklin to the Inwood Groves Apartment at 7301 Alabonson Road, where a masked Dupree […]

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