Fourth Suspect At-Large in West Houston Teen Shooting Case

Fourth Suspect At-Large in West Houston Teen Shooting Case
Wanted: Jesus Joseph Jones

A fourth suspect has been identified in the tragic shooting incident that claimed the life of 17-year-old Warren White in West Houston on January 8, 2023. Jesus Joseph Jones, 19, also known as “JayJay” or “JJ,” has been charged with capital murder in the 488th State District Court. Authorities are actively seeking Jones, who remains at-large.

The Stafford Police Department initially responded to a person-down call at 11929 West Airport Boulevard, where they discovered Warren White on the ground with gunshot wounds. Despite efforts by paramedics, White was pronounced deceased after being transported to Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center.

Subsequent investigations revealed that the shooting occurred at 12600 Ashford Meadow Drive. Houston Police Department homicide detectives have since taken charge of the investigation. Witnesses reported that an unknown suspect(s) in a gray, four-door sedan with dark-tinted windows fired shots into a vehicle carrying White, resulting in his tragic death.

In connection with this case, three individuals have already been arrested and charged with capital murder. Issac McGregor, 20, and Tony Washington, 24, were apprehended on October 18 and booked into the Harris County Jail. Summer Arieanna-Faith Ames, 18, was charged and arrested on October 4.

Anyone with information about Jesus Joseph Jones’ whereabouts or in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or speak anonymously with Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.