A former high school star athlete, on bond after being charged with reckless murder in the death of a 15-year-old schoolmate, is back in jail accused of shooting into two unoccupied vehicles.
Terrance Eugene Webster, 20, was booked into the Montgomery County Detention Facility on Saturday about 2:40 a.m. on two counts of shooting into an unoccupied vehicle.
Webster, according to his court records, was in the 600 block of Woodrow Street Wednesday about 8:45 p.m. with “an automatic rifle.” The rifle was then identified as having been the firearm used to shoot three rounds into a white Hyundai Accent and a gray GMC Yukon XL.
Warrants were issued against Webster Thursday before he was arrested about 1:15 a.m. Saturday.
Webster was free on a $150,000 bond in connection to the December 2018 death of Keiauna Williams. According to police, he was charged with reckless murder after he allegedly fired a gun outside a party sending Williams running into the roadway where she was ultimately struck and killed by an oncoming vehicle. Tari Bass and Henry Wallace were also charged with reckless murder in Williams’ death.
About a month after Webster was charged with reckless murder, he was charged with second-degree rape. A grand jury, however, declined to indict him on the charge dismissing the case. His reckless murder charge has yet to go before a grand jury.
Webster remained Monday in the county jail with a combined $15,000 bond on the recent charges. Prosecutor Justin Jones with the District Attorney’s Office, however, filed a motion to revoke Webster’s bond in the reckless murder case in light of the new charges.