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Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Issues Alert for Missing Teenager
Fort Bend County

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Issues Alert for Missing Teenager

(FORT BEND COUNTY, TX) January 12, 2024 – The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is actively seeking assistance from the public to locate a missing juvenile, Kiersten McWilliams, 16. Kiersten was last observed in the 3400 block of Riverside Glen Ln., Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas. She maintained communication with her family through phone calls and text messages until January 1, 2024, but has since become unreachable. Kiersten McWilliams - Courtesy of FBCSO Kiersten is described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighing approximately 125 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. At this time, there are no apparent signs of foul play. However, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is eager to ascertain Kiersten's whereabouts to ensure her safety. The public is encouraged to share a...
Family suing apartment complex after a father was killed; 5-year-old shot multiple times
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Family suing apartment complex after a father was killed; 5-year-old shot multiple times

A family is suing an apartment complex after they say the apartment complex should be held accountable for failing to take basic security measures. This failure led to the death of a father and a five-year-old being shot multiple times. Haven-at-WestgreenDownload According to the lawsuit, which was filed by family members, the shooting occurred just outside of their apartment’s front door on January 29, 2021, around 3:30 p.m. as they were returning home after picking up the five-year-old from school. An unknown person shot the father, Elmer Cathey multiple times, then shot the five-year-old three times. The father was also carrying their three-month-old son in the car seat, which was found upside down. The car seat was struck multiple times by bullets, but the baby was not hit at al...