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Suspects in shooting death of New Orleans police officer have sizeable arrest records, docs show

Suspects are 19 and 21, but their criminal charge history reads like they’re veterans

Investigators said murder suspects were out of bond with extensive criminal history
Investigators said murder suspects were out of bond with extensive criminal history

HOUSTON – Frederick D Jackson, 19, and his alleged accomplice, Anthony Rayshard Jenkins, 21, are no strangers to the justice system.

Both young men were out on bonds when, police say they killed off-duty New Orleans detective Everett Briscoe, 41, and shot Dyrin Riculfy, 43, who remains in critical condition.

Investigators say Jackson and Jenkins are in custody and charged with capital murder and attempted capital murder. There is a third person of interest but no information was released on that person in the Friday news conference, according to Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg.

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Here is a breakdown of their criminal record, according to Harris County Clerk’s Office.

Frederick D. Jackson, 19, Harris County Criminal Charge History (KPRC)
Anthony Rayshard Jenkins, 21, has is facing a series of recent criminal charges, in Harris County. (KPRC)