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Suspects Arrested After Local Drive-by Shooting

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Anthony Ray Bell-Johnson | Image by Fort Worth Police Department

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Police have arrested two suspects in the drive-by shooting deaths of 17-year-old Jamarrien Monroe and 5-year-old Rayshard Scott. An 18-month-old was also injured in the shooting.

The suspects are identified as 21-year-old Anthony Ray Bell-Johnson and a 16-year-old male juvenile.


On August 28, Fort Worth police responded to a shooting that took place near the 8500 block of Steel Dust Drive, as first reported by The Dallas Express.

At that time, Fort Worth police said an unknown number of suspects drove by the home and opened fire on the victims in the front yard, and then drove away.

An investigation by Fort Worth Police Department homicide detectives led to the arrests, which took place over Labor Day weekend, according to a press release on the FWPD’s Facebook page.

The detectives were assisted in the capture of the two suspects by FWPD patrol officers, the FWPD Fugitive Unit, and the United States Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force.

Both suspects have been charged with capital murder, according to police.

The investigation is ongoing.

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William McBreen
William McBreen
18 days ago

Yeah, whenever I get mad about something I always cruise through the neighborhood and shoot up a house.

Get Real
Get Real
18 days ago

Liberal guns laws supported by the NRA have allowed the unbalance domestic terrorists to have easy access to firearms.

Sam
Sam
Reply to  Get Real
17 days ago

No….. they just steal firearms. Not enough law enforcement, lax prosecution, and so on…”Get Real” seems to be a good idea. Try it.