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A Texas teenager was charged Friday in the accidental shooting death of his brother, after police say he disposed of the gun in a dumpster after a misfire by way of a bathroom door.
Justice Forney, 17, was charged with tampering with evidence after police say he disposed of the gun in order to kill his 17-year-old half-brother, Romaz Craddock, on Wednesday.
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Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence on Rayford Road in Spring, Texas, on Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. with reports of a shoot-out. Once on the scene, the police came to know that Forney and Craddock were visiting a friend in Forney, it was “for the use of a firearm.”
Justice Forney, 17, was charged with tampering with evidence after police say he disposed of the gun used to kill Romaz Craddock, 17, and his half-brother.
(The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office)
That’s when police say he accidentally discharged the gun; and a bullet passed through the door of the bathroom, startling his brother out of the house.
Craddock was transported to Memorial Hermann in the Woodlands in critical condition; he eventually succumbed to his injuries.
The sheriff’s office said in Forney, along with them, and bear witness, and other evidence points to an accidental shooting.
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He told the authorities that he disposed of the gun in a dumpster in the area. The firearm was reported stolen by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.