On January 6, 2013 at approximately 2:36 am, the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office received several 911 calls regarding a shooting that had taken place at the Cotton Village Apartments, 10048 FM 60E, in Snook.
A verbal altercation took place in the parking lot of the apartments between four subjects and escalated into this shooting.
The four subjects involved were:
Marcus Carroll, 31, College Station, deceased
Anthony Allen, 24, Caldwell, treated and released at St Joseph in Bryan
Antwan Heslip, 33, Bryan, critical condition at St Joseph in Bryan
Broderick Grba, 19, arrested and charged with Murder, being held on 1 million dollar bond at the Burleson County Jail in Caldwell.
Investigators recovered handguns at the scene.
Multiple agencies responded to assist the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office with this incident including the Texas Rangers, Texas DPS troopers and forensics mapping team, District Attorney investigator Brian Taylor, Precinct 2 Constable Dennis Gaas and Somerville Police Department.
The Sheriff’s Office is continuing their investigation of this incident.
Deputies with the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office have arrested a suspect in the fatal shooting that occurred in Snook early Sunday morning.
Investigators say 19-year-old Broderick Grba is charged with murder. He is being held without bond.
Officials say the shooting at the Cotton Village apartments on FM 60 east happened around 2:30 a.m. One man has died and two others are hospitalized at St. Joseph hospital in Bryan. Both of the men taken to the hospital are being treated for gunshot wounds.
"First it sounded like firecracker. It was going back and forth. So I said, "No mother, its not firecrackers. It's somebody shooting," said Alicia Fuller, a neighbor.
Fuller lives right next door to the apartments. She says a fight broke out and someone pulled a gun.
Authorities are not releasing the names of the victims at this time.
News 3 will continue to follow this investigation and post any updates on kbtx.com.
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