Records: Heroin buy prompted triple killing spree in Houston
HOUSTON - A heroin buy in Houston prompted a killing spree that left three men dead and one wounded, court records show. Thirty-five-year-old Joshua Kelsey was charged Wednesday with a second murder count for his connection to three fatal shootings on May 6 in Houston. Kelsey already was jailed on murder and capital murder charges. The Houston Chronicle reported that police accuse Kelsey of fatally shooting 60-year-old Michael Miller in his home. Police say Kelsey blamed Miller and his roommate for him being homeless. Court records did not list an attorney for Kelsey.
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