Investigators have linked two men accused of killing a Harris County police officer’s deputy in August to their ankle GPS monitors – devices judges have ordered them to wear for more than a year following accusations in the death of other people.
Prosecutors explained Monday how Ahsim Taylor Jr., 21, and Jayland Womack, 20, arrested Friday, were free on bail and were wearing monitors to track their whereabouts at the time of a possible road rage clash with Omar Ursin, Deputy of Precinct 3 on leave. On August 28, the two defendants were near where Ursin was shot in the face and killed while collecting food for his family.
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