UPDATE: Surveillance Video Released in Shooting at 6300 Allegheny Street
November 09, 2021 - Houston police have released surveillance video of a suspect and persons of interest sought in the shooting of a man at 6300 Allegheny Street that occurred about 9:30 p.m. on September 19.
The suspect is described only as a black male, wearing a red shirt with a metallic front design, white-washed blue jeans with holes in the knees, a black ball cap, black-framed glasses and black and white tennis shoes. The suspect fled the scene in a four-door, silver sedan.
The suspect can be seen on surveillance video on the HPD YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/qpAT8pt58VI
The victim, Kevin Graves, 48, was transported to an area hospital in critical condition.
HPD Major Assaults & Family Violence Division Officers D. Crandell and G. Black reported:
Officers responded to a shooting at the above address and found Mr. Graves in his vehicle. He had suffered a gunshot wound to the head. It is believed there was a verbal altercation between two or more other individuals that led to the shooting. Just after the individuals exchanged words, a male suspect began shooting several rounds down the street. One of the bullets went through the back window of Graves' SUV. He was an not involved in the incident.
Detectives to seek to question and obtain identities of at least five persons of interest traveling in two separate vehicles. They are described only as:
- Person of Interest #1 – black male, large build, white short-sleeve button down shirt, knee-length shorts, white tennis shoes
- Person of Interest #2 – black male, slim build, camo or multi-colored short-sleeve shirt, knee-length shorts, possibly bald with tattoos
- Person of Interest #3 – black female, medium build, gray dress (Driver of Jeep Renegade)
- Person of Interest #4 – black female, medium build, yellow dress, white tennis shoes (Driver of white Kia Optima)
- Person of Interest #5 – Driver of black Chevrolet Camaro
Update: VHS/JFC 11-9-21
Inc. # 126763221
For additional information, please contact the HPD Office of Community Affairs at 713-308-3200.