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The Jazmine Barnes hate hoax
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He hadn't been caught killing other Black people. Of course he wasn't white either. I'm guessing Mr. Merrit quit tweeting about it when he found that out.
The accused gunman in Jazmine Barnes' tragic death has a lengthy criminal history, court records show.
Larry Woodruffe, 24, is facing a capital murder charge for allegedly shooting Jazmine to death Dec. 30 outside Houston after allegedly believing he was shooting up someone else's vehicle. Jazmine was killed instantly, and her mother and three sisters were injured, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
Woodruffe and Eric Black Jr., 20, were both charged with capital murder in Jazmine's death, although Woodruffe has been identified as the shooter.
His run-ins with Harris County law enforcement date back to December 2012, which is when he was arrested for marijuana possession and evading police on foot. While awaiting trial on those two charges, he was arrested for illegally carrying a gun in January 2013, court records show.
The weapon and marijuana charge were eventually dropped in exchange for a 30-day jail sentence on the evading charge.
He spent 10 days in the Harris County Jail after an August 2014 arrest for trespassing, court records show.
Then, in December 2015, he was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and cocaine, both felony charges. The cocaine charge was eventually dropped.
He received three years' probation on the meth charge, court records show.
In June 2016, while on probation, he was arrested for choking a family member and was handed a two-year prison sentence.
It is unclear if he was released from prison early, but in November 2017, he was arrested in Harris County for illegally possessing a gun as a convicted felon.
He was given a nine-month jail sentence on that gun charge, court records show.
He spent 2018 mostly out of sight from law enforcement until his arrest in Jazmine's death last week.
If convicted, he will face life in prison on the capital murder charge. He is also eligible for the death penalty, although prosecutors typically take months after an arrest to determine if they will seek the capital punishment.
Black's capital murder charge is his first arrest in Harris County, court records show.
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