Deadly Encounter: Houston Car Dealership Employee Shot Dead In Parents Presence!

On October 20, the Houston Police Department said that one of the two suspects accused of fatally shooting a worker at a vehicle dealership in southeast Houston during a dispute over pricing was charged with m*rder.

For fatally shooting the 25-year-old victim on October 16 at Star Motor Company in the 10600 block of Fuqua Street close to Beamer Road, Malcolm Jakobe Lewis, 20, was accused.

Four days later, Lewis handed himself into the police and admitted his involvement in the incident. The victim’s identity is unknown.

Officers were called to the family-run dealership on October 16 because there had been a gunshot.

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Authorities discovered a man shot to death outside the establishment when they arrived.

The son of the business owners’ employees and two clients are accused of fighting. After a disagreement over price, one of the clients opened fire on the man twice in front of his parents.

After that, they left the area. The second suspect is still being sought after by authorities.

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