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WANTED: Suspected gunman charged after 24-year-old Atascocita HS grad killed outside Memorial-area bowling alley, police say

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HOUSTON – Charges have been filed against a man suspected of fatally shooting a 24-year-old in front of a Memorial area bowling alley on Sunday, Aug. 14, according to the Houston Police Department.

Dionate D. Banks, 29, has been charged with murder for the shooting death of Gregory Shead.

READ: Family members identify man killed outside west Houston bowling alley as 24-year-old Atascocita HS graduate

The shooting was reported at 925 Bunker Hill Road about 1:15 a.m.

In an exclusive interview with KPRC 2, Shead’s mother, Medisha Bush, revealed that she and her son, along with other family members, were at the Bowlero bowling alley when he was killed.

Family members say Shead was trying to break up a fight between women.

“He was basically trying to resolve it and get everyone away,” Bush said.

At some point, police said Shead and Banks got into a fight.

At some point, police said Shead and Banks got into a fight.

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