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Double shooting leaves 18-year-old dead, other teen injured in north Harris County, sheriff says

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HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – A teenager was reportedly shot and killed following a deadly fight in north Harris County on Saturday, according to deputies.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said the disturbance broke out in the 23700 block of Stanley Creek Drive at Otto Road near the Breckenridge West subdivision.

Gonzalez says deputies were called to the scene around 4:45 a.m. and when they arrived, they reportedly found 18-year-old Messiah Brooks unresponsive in the roadway.

According to officials, two of Brooks’ friends were standing near a silver 4-door Honda when deputies arrived.

Brooks was pronounced dead at the scene.

Upon further investigation, a second victim, who had also been shot, was found nearby.

That victim was transported to the hospital and is said to be in fair condition.

Investigators say that the group both victims were part of was at the subdivision to fight another man who lived in the area.

Investigators say that the group both victims were part of was at the subdivision to fight another man who lived in the area.

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