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Suspect charged with murder killed while out on bond

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Police in Texas are reporting that a 22-year-old man who was out on bond after being charged with murder was gunned down at a grocery store.

The incident was reported on December 12th at Primos Food Store in northwest Houston.

Officials say the man, Davion Potts, was inside the store when an unknown male walked up behind him and shot him several times.

“The motive is unknown,” said Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said in a Facebook post.

Authorities say Potts was arrested in December of 2020 for his involvement in a fatal road rage shooting. He was taken in to custody but bonded out in March of 2021.

No suspects have been arrested for the shooting of Potts. The Harris County Sheriff’s Department is asking for anyone who believes they have any information about this incident to contact them at 713-274-9100.