Belton Police Need Public’s Help Finding Three Suspects
The Belton Police Department hopes members of the public can help them bring in three suspects on what they've dubbed Wanted Wednesday.
Police need to speak with:
Qiana Freeman, 28, who's wanted for obstruction and retaliation
Rodgers Gants, 80, wanted for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information
Jesse Medina, 32, wanted for assault of a family member with previous conviction
Keep in mind that all suspects are innocent until proven guilty, and you should never try to apprehend or detain anyone. If you spot any of these suspects or have useful information, you should get in touch with Belton police at (254) 933-5840 or by texting the info to (254) 217-6764.
17-year-old Zamante Jamon Alvis was arrested by the United States Marshals Service and Killeen police on February 20. Records indicate he was booked into the Bell County Jail at 2:33 PM that afternoon and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlicensed carry of a weapon. He remained in the Bell County Jail Wednesday morning in lieu of bonds totaling
21-year-old Darius Kirt York was arrested by marshals and local police shortly before 4 PM on February 26 in the 4200 block of Bowles Drive.He is currently in the Killeen City Jail awaiting arraignment.
Police believe the two are responsible for the death of 17-year-old Obadiah Moishe Bush.
Bush was fatally injured during a disturbance in the 1300 block of Covey Lane on Saturday, February 16.
Around 11:52 PM that night, police responded to a call and discovered there'd been a fight involving multiple people, during which shots were fired and Bush was struck. Friends rushed Bush to the hospital, where he passed away as a result of his injuries. He was pronounced dead at 1:53 AM Sunday, February 17, and Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke ordered his remains undergo autopsy at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas.