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Family of 11-year-old killed in his sleep says gunman’s 40-year sentence isn’t enough

by Kevin Woodward
CHANNELVIEW, Texas (KTRK)– Three years after an 11- year-old boy was killed by a bullet as he rested inside his family’s Channelview home, the awesome who terminated the lethal shot discovered his sentence in court Wednesday.

In June 2019, replacements stated it was an instance of incorrect identification when Sonnie Reyes contended the home he believed was his adversary’s. Among the bullets killed Kamren Jones.

Kamren’s family had actually just relocated right into the home in the 15000 block of Brentwood Drive. Authorities claimed they think the occupants who left were the designated targets.

The boy’s family claimed this has actually been an actually very long time coming and rejoice they were ultimately able to sentence of both offenders.

Reyes has actually been punished to 40 years. Kamren’s family claimed 40 years is more than they anticipated however not as long as they wished.

Reyes begged guilty without a court test and chosen to have a judge sentence him. The district attorney claimed this conserved the family from needing to endure an intense test.

A 2nd suspect, Cameron Moore, is waiting for test. He was detained a year and a fifty percent after the murder.

SEE RELATED STORY: 2nd apprehension made in 11- year-old’s murder from virtually 2 years ago

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