Fort Worth shooting suspects arrested after police caught them vacuuming shell casings at a car wash

By | April 13, 2022

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Two suspects were arrested last week in connection with a shooting in Fort Worth, Texas, after authorities said officers caught them vacuuming shell casings in their vehicle at a car wash.

The shooting occurred around 2:10 p.m. on April 4 at block 8600 of Meadowbrook Boulevard, Fort Worth Police Department said in a press release Tuesday.

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A nearby narcotics officer heard the shots and rushed to the scene and confirmed that an adult male was shot in the leg.

Eric Lewis Moore, 22, and Trenton Williams, 21, were arrested in connection with an April 4 shooting in Forth Worth, Texas.

Eric Lewis Moore, 22, and Trenton Williams, 21, were arrested in connection with an April 4 shooting in Forth Worth, Texas.
(Fort Worth Police Department)

An officer from the department’s Real Time Crime Center immediately tracked the suspect vehicle with city cameras and relayed its location to officers on the street.

Officers found the suspects, identified as Eric Lewis Moore and Trenton Williams, at a car wash near the scene, police said. Williams was reportedly spotted sucking shell casings out of his vehicle.

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Moore, 22, and Williams, 21, were immediately arrested and arrested.

Both are facing charges of aggravated assault. Moore was also charged with evidence tampering.

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