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UPDATE: Suspect In Double Homicide Receives Additional Charge

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UPDATE: May 22, 2014, 9:00 a.m. -- Todric McDonald was given an additional charge on Wednesday. McDonald was served with an Aggravated Assault warrant that occurred five hours prior to the double homicide. 

Just after 11 p.m. on May 12, McDonald and 29-year-old Tony Olivarez were involved in an altercation with a victim in the 2300 block of Morrow. 

During the incident, McDonald and Olivarez are believed to have fired numerous shots in the home and at the victim. 

The victim was able to get away from McDonald and Olivarez and was not hit by the gunfire. McDonald and Olivarez then fled the scene in a vehicle.

After the investigation, Olivarez was arrested by the U.S. Marshal Task Force on Wednesday afternoon.

McDonald was served with the warrant and remains in the McLennan County Jail.


UPDATE: May, 17, 3:51 p.m. -- Officials with the Waco Police Department say Todric Deon McDonald is being charged with Capital Murder, Evading Arrest in a Motor Vehicle, Endangering a Child, Theft by Possession and Failure to Stop and Identify.



UPDATE: May 16, 2:45 p.m. -- Police arrested Todric Deon McDonald for the double homicide that happened early on Tuesday. 

Just before 2 p.m. on Friday, the U.S. Marshal Task Force attempted to stop his vehicle. 

The suspect then fled on foot and after a brief pursuit, he struck a Marshal vehicle which disabled his vehicle near 26th and Bosque. 

Twenty-seven-year-old Todric Deon McDonald was taken into custody and transported to the McLennan County Jail. 

He is charged with Capital Murder. Officials say that additional charges may filed at a later time.



UPDATE: May 14, 2014, 12:45 p.m. -- The two victims have been identified as 24-four-year-old Justin Javier Gonzalez and 30-year-old Ulysses Gonzalez.

Police said that the two were cousins and were both from Waco.

Both were pronounced dead at the scene.

Justice of the Peace Peterson sent both bodies to Dallas for autopsy.

No arrests have been made at this point. 



(KCEN) -- The Waco Police Department is investigating an overnight double homicide that occurred early Tuesday. 

Police responded to a call of shots fired at 4:23 on Tuesday morning at the intersection of 26th Street and Grim Avenue.

When police entered the apartment, they found two people shot and killed, but the suspect fled the scene.

According to Sgt. Patrick Swanton, the murders appear to be planned and targeted.

"Obviously it's not good for the neighborhood... it's not good for our community," Swanton said. "...But at this point, we don't believe that the neighborhood is in danger from these individuals..."

Police are still working to identify the two men who were killed.
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