Two Men and a Woman Arrested for January Fatal Shooting of a Teen in West Houston

Two Men and a Woman Arrested for January Fatal Shooting of a Teen in West Houston
Issac McGregor, Tony Washington and Summer Arieanna-Faith Ames

Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old man that took place on January 8 at 12600 Ashford Meadow Drive around 7 p.m.

The suspects, identified as Issac McGregor, 20, and Tony Washington, 24, are both facing charges of capital murder in the 488th State District Court. Another suspect, 18-year-old Summer Arieanna-Faith Ames, is also charged with capital murder in the same court.

All three individuals are accused of involvement in the death of Warren White, the 17-year-old victim. The Stafford Police Department responded to a report of a person down at 11929 West Airport Boulevard. Upon arrival, officers and paramedics discovered Mr. White on the ground with gunshot wounds. He was rushed to Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, where he was later pronounced deceased.

Further investigations conducted by the Stafford police determined that the shooting had occurred at 12600 Ashford Meadow Drive, leading HPD homicide detectives to launch an inquiry.

According to witness accounts, the shooting took place when an unknown suspect or suspects in a gray, four-door sedan with dark-tinted windows opened fire on a vehicle in which White was riding, resulting in him being struck by the gunfire. Following the incident, associates of White transported him to the location on West Airport Boulevard, initially believing it was a hospital. However, it was later revealed to be an assisted living center, and paramedics subsequently arrived at the scene to transport White to the hospital.

Further investigation efforts identified Summer Arieanna-Faith Ames as one of the suspects in this case. She was subsequently charged and taken into custody on October 4.

Continuing the investigation, the authorities identified Issac McGregor and Tony Washington as the other two suspects in the case. They were arrested on October 18 and have been booked into the Harris County Jail.