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An early morning shooting on FM 359 resulted in the arrest of three

Early Wednesday morning, about 12:05 am., on December 1, Sheriff’s deputies responded to an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon call in Rosenberg that actually occurred in the 700 block of FM 359 just outside of Richmond.

According to sheriff’s spokesperson Terriann Carlson, Rosenberg police detained four suspects who are believed to have been involved in a shooting in the 700 block of FM 359. Carlson said the preliminary investigation revealed that the 19 year old male victim made his way back to his home in Rosenberg and contacted law enforcement authorities regarding the shooting. Carlson said Rosenberg police located the alleged suspect vehicle, a black Ford Taurus, in the 1000 block of Miles Street, in Rosenberg.

Rosenberg officers held the suspects and a pistol recovered from the Taurus until deputies arrived on the scene. Ultimately the four teens in the car were arrested and subsequently confessed to their part in the incident, said Carlson.

Arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and engaging in organized criminal activity were Deiveyon Edison, 17, Avery Johnson, 17, and Rashida Jackson, 18, all of Houston. The fourth suspect is a juvenile and was detained and taken to Juvenile Detention; the other three were booked into the Fort Bend County Jail.

Carlson said no motive for the attack has been determined. No physical injuries were reported however, an innocent bystander’s vehicle was also struck during this shooting spree on FM 359.

The case remains under investigation.

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