Charges have been filed against a third and final suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man that occurred at 3826 Seabrook Street about 2:55 p.m. on Apr. 27. The suspect, Charles Watson age, 27, is charged with murder, aggravated robbery, and felon in possession of a weapon in the 208th State District Court.
Two other suspects, Vernon Menifee, age 24, and Derrick Bacon, age 35, are charged with murder and aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon in the 209th State District Court. All three men are accused in the death of Guy-Anthony Owen Allen.
HPD Homicide Division Officers C. Lamont and L. Lange reported:
Mr. Allen and a witness were at the apartment complex at the above address to meet with another individual. As Allen was speaking with this person, two suspects approached them at gunpoint and forced them on the ground. It is believed a struggle ensued and Allen was shot one time. Paramedics transported Allen to Ben Taub General Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
At that time, the suspects were only described as two black males in their 20s, wearing dark or black hoodies.
A preliminary investigation determined the whereabouts of Menifee, who was out on three felony bonds at the time of this incident. He was arrested on May 11 by members of the HPD Gang Division and the HPD Southeast Patrol Division-Crime Suppression Team on felony warrants, including burglary of a building, engaging in organized criminal activity, and felon in possession of a weapon. He was also given a bond on those three cases on June 1. On June 5, Menifee was charged for his involvement in this incident and is currently being held without bond.
Further investigation identified Bacon as a suspect in this case and, on June 11, he was arrested by members of the HPD Southeast Patrol Division-Crime Suppression Team. He was subsequently charged for his role in this incident and was given a bond for both charges on June 12.
On October 7, Watson was arrested by members of the HPD Gang Division-Crime Reduction Unit and was subsequently charged for his role in the incident. At the time of the incident, Watson was out on two felony bonds for possession with intent to deliver/manufacture and felon in possession of a weapon.
Anyone with any additional information, in this case, is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.