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A Texas Man Thought He Knew Who Killed His Friend, So He Fatally Shot Him. He Was Wrong.

Texas Man Fatally Shot Person He Thought Killed Friend, He Was Wrong
Source: Harris County District Attorney’s Office

Siren Anney (left) thought Trevor Harrison killed his friend, so he fatally shot him. He was wrong.

Sep. 26 2023, Published 2:10 p.m. ET

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A Texas man will spend 75 years behind bars after fatally shooting a man he believed was connected to the murder of his friend, according to authorities.

On Sept. 22, Siren Anney, 20, was sentenced following a four-day trial for the murder of 22-year-old Trevor Alan Harrison on Nov. 23, 2020, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.

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Authorities said Anney and Harrison knew each other. Anney falsely believed Harrison was involved in the murder of his friend in 2020.

On Nov. 23, 2020, Anney lured Harrison to an apartment complex in Humble, then he shot the victim in the parking lot using a 9mm semi-automatic handgun, officials said.

Anney fled from the area and then 21 minutes later, he listed the murder weapon for sale online, authorities said.

The defendant also saw an article about the shooting, took a photo of it and shared it with his friend. Anney said he stayed up all night waiting for the article to be posted.

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Investigators looked at Harrison’s text messages and concluded that Anney had killed the man.

In a press release, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said, “This defendant spent hours doing everything he could to lure this young man to his death, including sending messages and making calls to set up the victim."

Ogg added: "We are grateful the jury saw exactly how cold and calculated this murder was and handed down the appropriate sentence.”


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