A San Antonio man accused of shooting another man during a custody transfer has been charged with murder.
Prosecutors allege that Devonte Riondo Cambell, 34, fatally shot and killed Parnell Keith Curtis on June 20. If convicted, Campbell faces five to 99 years or life imprisonment and a possible fine of up to $ 10,000.
Including the Cambell case, two Bexar County grand juries have passed 225 felony charges this week, prosecutors said Friday.
San Antonio police responded on June 20 on the 800 block of Pleasure Park Drive, not far from Highway 151 and Pinn Road on the West Side. Officials found Curtis with a gunshot wound on the floor, authorities said. Curtis died in the university hospital, and Campbell was found nearby and arrested.
Police said a woman’s ex-boyfriend shot and killed her current boyfriend during a custody swap in a home in Pleasure Park.
Also indicted this week were Mario Valdez and Juan Gomez Perez, who are charged on separate charges of racing and aggravated assault against two women. The District Attorney’s Criminal Procedure Department is pursuing the cases.
Valdez and Perez are charged with second degree crimes, punishable by two to 20 years in prison and a possible fine of $ 10,000.