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Woman wanted in ambush killing in southeast Houston surrenders to police, HPD says

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HOUSTON – The woman who was wanted in the shooting death of another woman in southeast Houston 10 days ago has turned herself in, according to police.

Tranisha Latavia Miller, 25, is charged with murder and aggravated assault of a family member in the death of Chante Wilson.

RELATED: WANTED: Woman on the run after ambushing, killing 21-year-old walking from SE Houston store, police say

According to Houston police, around 1:45 a.m. on Aug. 8, Wilson was walking from the corner store in the 3700 block of Faulkner Street when she was she was ambushed by Miller. The suspect was hiding between parked cars and, as Wilson walked by, jumped out and began shooting.

Miller then fled the scene eastbound in a red Nissan Cube or small four-door sedan.

Wilson, 20, was shot multiple times in the upper torso. She was transported by Houston Fire Department paramedics to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Miller remained on the run until turning herself in at HPD Headquarters late Wednesday.

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Sourabh Verma,From Franklin Tn - Sub-editor in Asian News International(ANI) I am a detailed-driven journalist with 3+ years of experience in news writing and copy-editing, I can file quick, compelling and error-free stories as they break. I have sound knowledge of national and international issues and have covered stories across beats, including politics, parliament, legal and crime like drugs and Human Trafficking at Asian News International (ANI), where I currently work. Some of these include extensive coverage of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, several state Assembly elections, Parliament sessions, COVID-19 pandemic and other stories of national importance. A typical working day involves copy-editing dozens of drafts, managing junior sub-editors in shifts and keeping an eye on developing stories. This added responsibility followed a couple of years of filing stories based on press briefings, bytes and inputs from reporters on the ground.
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