Charles Brownlow Jr.
A rural North Texas man has been indicted of capital murder for one of five killings authorities say he carried out in a late October shooting spree.
Charles Brownlow is charged with the capital murder death of Luis Leal-Carillo, a store clerk in Terrell. Brownlow is also suspected of killing four others. Court records raise the possibility the suspect fell through cracks of the justice system.
There is haunting new information about the terror that played out in Terrell. We now know police believe the gunman intended to kill at least two more people — if not three.
The lone suspect in a Terrell shooting spree was arraigned on Wednesday morning. The judge has allowed no bond on his charges for murder and evading arrest.
The emotion is still raw and a community remains stunned. That is what’s left after a violent and fiery killing spree in Terrell. The end result — five people dead and one man charged and in custody.
A man suspected of killing his mother and four other people during a quick series of attacks in his rural North Texas community struggles with drug addiction, his brother said.