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Texas man out on bond for murder charge gunned down at party store, police say

texas man out on bond for murder charge is gunned down at convenience store
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Dec. 16 2021, Published 1:33 p.m. ET

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A Texas man was out on bond in connection to a December 2020 murder was gunned down in a convenience store this week, police said.

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Around 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, officers responded to Primos Food Store in reference to a shooting, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said.

Officials said 22-year-old Davion Potts entered the store and an unknown man walked in behind him, pulled out a gun and shot him several times. The motive for the shooting is unknown.

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On Dec. 8, 2020, Potts was arrested in connection to a fatal road rage shooting. Officials say he bonded out of jail in late March 2021.

According to authorities, Potts and a female passenger got out of their vehicle to confront Travis Rowden after a minor car crash. The woman began screaming at Rowden and Potts repeatedly kept banging on the hood of the pickup.

The light turned green and Rowden tried to drive away, but Potts opened fire and hit Rowden in the head, police said.

With Potts dead, the murder case has been dismissed, officials said.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is searching for the man who shot Potts. He is described as a tall black male with a slender build. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (713) 274-9100.

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