HCSO: Nephew charged in alleged shooting death of 18-year-old after mother says she found him in bed with her juvenile daughter

Investigation underway after teen shot and killed at a home in the 23600 block off Blodgett Peak Trail (KPRC)

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – A woman’s nephew is facing a murder charge after he allegedly shot and killed a teen who she claims she found him in bed with her juvenile daughter, according to deputies with Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

The shooting occurred around 11:10 a.m. in the 23600 block of Blodgett Peak Trail.

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said in a tweet that the teen, identified by deputies as 18-year-old Curtis Mobley was caught in bed with the woman’s juvenile daughter.

Beall said deputies with the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office were dispatched to the home after a woman caught the teen inside her home.

“She called 911 and said that she discovered an 18-year-old male, the victim, in bed with her juvenile daughter. She notified her nephew, who was at the residence, who apparently got into a gunfight with the victim,” Beall said.

Mobley sustained multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to Houston Northwest Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

The nephew, 20-year-old Daniel Hines, was not injured. He was taken to the HCSO Homicide Unit for questioning and was later charged.

Beall said 14 to 15 shell casings were found at the scene. There were also numerous bullet strikes through the front of the house and on the pavement. A neighbor’s house was also struck by gunfire.

When asked how confident they were in the story they were told, Beall said, “we are not confident at all.”

“The male that was in the juvenile daughter’s bedroom, he was armed with a pistol,” Beall said. “The 18-year-old nephew, he was armed with a pistol so, at this point, we are going to have to get a story from him and he is going to have to raise the issue of self-defense.”