Man accused of killing 6-year-old Pasadena girl denied bond

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Sunday, March 21, 2021
Capital murder suspect in 6-year-old's killing makes court appearance
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Raymeon Means was vocal overnight as he appeared before a judge who denied bond in his case. Means is due in court again on Monday.

PASADENA, Texas (KTRK) -- The man accused of killing a 6-year-old girl after an argument over spilled water will remain in jail for now on a capital murder charge.

Raymeon Means, 35, appeared before a judge overnight and was denied bond. Means told the judge he did not want a court appointed attorney.

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Means is accused of shooting Laurionne Walker multiple times on Friday in Pasadena.

Means is scheduled to appear in court again on Monday where a trial court judge will decide if he should be eligible for bond.

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Laurionne's mother told ABC13 on Friday that she was left in the care of a relative so she could attend the vigil for Porsha Branch and her three children, who all died in a crash in Spring Sunday night.

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Laurionne's mother is the aunt of the three children who died in the crash.

The charge of capital murder is defined by the Texas Penal Code as an offense defined under the murder statute and in the commission of another crime, including the murder of someone ten years old or younger. If convicted, punishments range from life in prison to the death penalty.

It wasn't immediately known if prosecutors planned to seek the death penalty in this case.

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