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Teen Dies In Accidental Shooting
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JEFF CHRISTY,
CHIEF OF POLICE
MEDIA ADVISORY


 
For Immediate Release                       October 31, 2019
 
On Wednesday, 10-30-19, at approximately 5:30 PM, Conroe Police Officers responded to the scene of an accidental shooting at a local apartment complex.  Police arrived at the White Oak Apartment complex, located at 2330 Montgomery Park Blvd, where they found paramedics performing CPR on a 19-year-old Taylor Abner of Conroe.  Abner had a gunshot wound to the abdomen and did not survive.  Numerous witnesses and bystanders were outside the apartment building.  After an investigation, it was determined that Abner had been shot by 21-year-old Deondre “DD” Johnson with an AK-47 pistol.  According to witness accounts, the two men had been seen smoking marijuana and playing with the gun just prior to the shooting.  Deondre Johnson was arrested and charged with Manslaughter, a second degree felony.  Another occupant that was present during the shooting was 17-year old Mikavious Dennis, who was arrested for a non-related warrant for Aggravated Robbery.  Both men were transported to the Montgomery County jail where they were turned over to jail staff.  
 
 
 
 
*** Sgt. Jeff Smith Criminal Investigations Division Conroe Police Department
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