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Teen Charged with Capital Murder

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A juvenile teen suspected of killing a woman in June has been arrested by Dallas police and charged with capital murder.

Dallas Police Department said the suspect in the killing was already in custody at Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center due to an alleged probation violation. Officials are not releasing the suspect’s identity because the suspect was 16 years old when the crime was allegedly committed. The now-17-year-old has been charged with capital murder. It is unclear whether the teen has an attorney.


No additional details were made available to The Dallas Express.

On June 11, at about 3:26 a.m., police officers responded to a shooting call in a home located in the 2300 block of Elderoaks Lane, close to West Camp Wisdom and South Hampton roads. Upon arrival, officers found Kerundra Green with multiple gunshot wounds.

Green was taken to a local hospital by Dallas Fire-Rescue officials at the scene. She was later pronounced dead. Investigators determined that robbery was the likely the motive for the alleged murder.

Anyone with any information is encouraged to reach out to Dallas Police Department Detective Phillip Wheeler and reference case number 104531-2022. You can either call the detective at 214-671-3686 or email phillip.wheeler@dallascityhall.com.

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Bobby
Bobby
1 month ago

Bet it was a Ghetto turd

William McBreen
William McBreen
1 month ago

Let’s build a statue to him!

caseyp
caseyp
Reply to  William McBreen
1 month ago

I’m sure Farcebook has already allowed a Go-Fund-Me page for him.

caseyp
caseyp
1 month ago

A probation violation? Why was he on the street? He has nothing to worry about. He will be released from prison when he turns 18 and his record will be expunged. It’s sad.