“The bullet don’t have nobody’s name on it,” Brown said Friday, while holding her 1-year-old daughter. “I’m happy she wasn’t here when it was going on, but it was still close to home.”
The 28-year-old said she moved there six months ago to save money, but now she wants to relocate.
Authorities this week have found three bodies at or near the apartment complex — which has signage as the 910 Apartments, and is located at 910 Cypress Station Drive.
The woman who was fatally shot was identified on Friday by officials as Ryniscia Sanford. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said she sustained multiple gunshot wounds and her body was found in a courtyard.
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Officials say they’ve filed an arrest warrant for Sanford’s ex-boyfriend, Cameron Davis.
A day earlier , authorities said two men were found dead: Isiah McCoy, 27, and Reginald “JJ” Jackson, 30.
McCoy’s body was located in his vehicle at a complex parking lot after a gunman fired at him multiple times. Jackson, who fled the complex was still shot by a gunman and apparently hit by an SUV. He was found dead on the side of
nearby Redleaf Lane, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said on Twitter that the suspect in the shooting of the men is Rishaud Womack. He is wanted for capital murder, according to Gonzalez.
Courtney Wright, who has been living with his mother at the complex for a few years, said Friday he was sleeping inside when the Thursday shooting happened. He heard a repetitive “clack” sound.
“It scared … me,” he said.
Wright, 46, said he still felt safe after the shootings this week. He does want to go back to the West Coast, though, citing more things to do.
“Living in the hood is just fine, I’m not worried about it but I’m ready to go though,” he later added. “I don’t want to get shot.”
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Some residents shared concerns about security at the complex, citing a lack of visible security or that the gates were open.aside">
Kourtney Robbins, 23, an airport cashier, said she generally didn’t feel safe in the community. Keeping the gates closed was the first thing that would make her feel safer, but she added she doesn’t plan on staying.
Another resident, Ross Bulls — who has resided at the complex a couple weeks — said it was all right living there. When asked if he generally felt safe, he said Bulls hadn’t had any problems.
Someone who answered the phone at the 910 Apartments office gave a reporter a corporate phone number to reach out to for comment. A voicemail and email to a representative seeking comment were not immediately returned late Friday afternoon.
On Monday, Connie Castello with property managers Centra Partners said the company is cooperating with legal authorities.
"It is with great sadness for the victims and their families that we issue this statement in regards to recent events at our community. We pray both individuals currently on the run are arrested and convicted of their crimes," Castello said. "Domestic violence has no address and is an unpredictable and horrible crime. At this time none of these victims or people associated with these crimes are found to live at our community."
Other than the shootings, Brown said she had felt it was quiet in the area of the community.
“But now I’m like, ‘Oh my God,’” she added.
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