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Suspect Told Police He ‘Did Something Bad’

NYPD Increasing Presence After Weekend Of 25 Shootings

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend, her mother and her 10-year-old brother in Fort Worth walked in to a police department an hour after they were shot, telling officers to arrest him because he “did something bad.”

Amos J. Wells turned himself in to police in Forest Hill, located just south of Fort Worth, Monday evening. Forest Hill Police Chief Dan Dennis told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (http://bit.ly/17Ij4pP ) 22-year-old Wells “apparently walked into our lobby and said we needed to arrest him because he ‘did something bad.’”

Wells, who was turned over to Fort Worth police, faces a capital murder charge. He remained in Mansfield jail Wednesday on $2 million bond. Jail records didn’t list an attorney.

Twenty-two-year-old Chanice Reed, 39-year-old Annette Reed and Eddie McCuin were killed.


Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

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