Texas woman out on bond for drug charge now faces murder charge for same incident: cops

texas woman out on bond for drug charge now charged with murder from same incident
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Jun. 7 2021, Published 12:01 p.m. ET

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A Texas woman was out on bond for drug charges, but police say she is back in jail and faces a murder charge for the same incident.

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On the morning of June 2, police say Jeremiah Grant, 19, was shot and killed.

Silsbee Police Chief Shawn Blackwell told KFDM the incident started in Silsbee and ended at a convenience store.

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Officials said evidence showed Grant was shot during a confrontation in a vehicle and then he was pushed out of the car.

Another man was also shot in the vehicle, but his name has not been released, according to authorities.

KFDM reported that Blackwell said, “After pushing the man out of the vehicle on [a road], the other three made their way to the Buzzy Bee convenience store and asked the clerk to call for help, because one had suffered a gunshot wound on the upper part of the body.”

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Emily Rannols, 19, initially faced the drug charges, but authorities confirmed she is in the Hardin County Jail after being charged with murder.

Bond was set at $500,000 on the murder charge and $200,000 on a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity, authorities said.

Bryce Pfeffer was arrested and released on possession of marijuana charges in this same case, but he has not been charged in the homicide, police said.


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