Double Murder Suspect Says He "Won't Be Taken Alive"

large 1gang Double Murder Suspect Says He "Won't Be Taken Alive" It sounds a line from an old movie but a Fort Worth double-murder suspect says he “…will not be taken alive.” That’s the word from Fort Worth police who are desperately looking for an 18-year-old gang member wanted in last month’s murder of two men who were shot while stopped at an intersection in the Stop Six neighborhood.  Another car pulled up alongside and someone opened fire on Charles Govan and Richards Hawkins, killing them both.  Detectives say Rashad Elay Glenn is known to carry as many as five firearms at one time.  They call him “…armed and dangerous…”


One Comment

  1. Tom says:

    Why don’t they just put a bounty on his head, dead or alive, and let the citizens take care of this scum. These thugs florish only because the average citizen is too afraid (more of the authorities inability to protect the citizen and or go after the citizen with greater zeal than the thug). Pay the citizen to remove this vermen and there will be lar less thugs and criminals.

  2. Silly Sally says:

    I’m no electrician….but the electrical outlet in the picture appears that it could pose a safety hazard.

  3. John says:

    So shoot to kill then say halt. Save the state a few bucks. If we would all not put up with these want a be bad guys. If they know we shoot first then ask questions they will get it togather or die. BS with their rights I have a right to live free. I do feel sorry for our police and what they have to put up with. His father (if he knows who it is) should bring him in. JH

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