Teen arrested in triple shooting that killed one during fight last month in SW Houston

Denzel Earl McGee, 18, is charged with murder

April 6, 2012 10:30:49 AM PDT
A teenager has been arrested in a triple shooting during a fight last month in southwest Houston, but at least three other suspects remain on the loose.

Denzel Earl McGee, 18, is charged with murder in the fatal shooting of one male and wounding of two others at 9803 Club Creek about 10 p.m. on March 25.

McGee is accused in the killing of Alvin Foley III, 18, who suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was later pronounced dead at Ben Taub General Hospital. Two other males, Jordan Sampson, 17, and Prince Fair, 18, also suffered gunshot wounds and were transported to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital in unknown conditions.

Police say Foley, Sampson and Fair got into an argument with four to five unknown black male suspects. At some point after the argument, the suspects returned to the above location and McGee shot Foley, Sampson and Fair and then fled the scene. One of the remaining suspects also fired shots during the incident.

Further investigation and witness statements identified McGee as a suspect in this case and he was taken into custody on April 5.

Three to four other suspects, described only as black males, one possibly armed, remain at large. One is described as wearing a black hat and a gray shirt with art work on the front.

Investigators ask anyone with information on the other unknown suspects to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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