DAILYKENN.com -- "Joseph Brandon Selders, 39, has been arrested and is facing a capital murder charge for the death of Blase Allen Wright Jr back on Feb. 2, 2007," reports news4sanantonio.com.
Apparently, the gun used to kill Selders was passed around to be used in other shootings.
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[A] witness said she saw three people in the vehicle, including a female with reddish brown hair and two Black males.
The investigation stalled, and at one point Lara Selders was identified as a person of interest, but was never interviewed.
Officers finally interviewed her in July 2020. During the interview, Selders admitted to driving but said she had no idea of the murder until she later saw a composite sketch on the local news, depicting her.
Selders was then arrested and charged for the murder. However, she said Joseph Selders was responsible for Wright’s murder. She allegedly told officers Joseph told her he had ‘lifted’ the victim’s key before the murder.
The witness interviewed police again July 17 and identified Selders as the driver. Three days later, Selders admitted Joseph acknowledged he killed Wright and she said she was in disbelief about her being the driver.
When police asked about the murder weapon, Selders told them Joseph claimed it had been ‘taken care of’ after he was arrested for a similar incident, where the victim survived.
Less than a week later, another witness came forward. This witness claimed Joseph Selders gave the gun to him after the murder. This person said they later gave it to someone else, who used the gun in another San Antonio shooting.
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