What They Did To Another Teen In Their Yard Will Have Them In Prison For Decades….

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Three Texas brothers and a friend are accused of murdering a Fort Worth teen during an alleged robbery attempt.

The slaying of a Black teen in White Settlement, Texas was not “racially motivated,” police said.

The Four suspects were 3 brothers, Sean Garrison, 23, Tyee Garrison, 18, Kyle Garrison, 17, and a friend named Chase Allan Nix, 24 — who are facing capital murder charges for the killing of 18-year-old Xavier Olesko, of Fort Worth, on September 18, the Star-Telegram reports.

Olesko, a popular and promising high school student, was shot to death in the northwestern suburb of Fort Worth during an attempted robbery after reportedly going to hang out with acquaintances. The case involving the arrested suspects, who are White, has not turned up any evidence indicating race was a factor, according to police in White Settlement, a predominantly white suburb whose name arguably carries racial undertones.

According to reports, Olesko was fatally shot in the chest around 8:40 p.m. outside a home in the 8100 block of Tumbleweed Trail.

Witnesses told the police that the teen went to the front of the residence to meet with someone when they heard a gunshot. When Olesko’s friends ran out front, they found the 18-year-old lying on the ground not moving. One of the witnesses called 911.

Witnesses told police that they did not see anyone leave the area on foot or in a vehicle, but eventually, the suspects were narrowed down to the Garrison brothers. Police originally responded to the call as a possible suicide.

Photo Credit: Xavier Olesko/Facebook via San Antonio Express News, White Settlement Police Department via CBS DFW

Each brother is currently being held on a $200,000 bond.

Two of the three Garrison brothers have had previous run-ins with police on charges of violence. Sean Garrison was arrested in March on charges of causing injury to a girl younger than 15. Middle brother Kyee was convicted twice of causing bodily injury in 2016.

The Star-Telegram said that a fourth brother, Bryan Garrison, 20, is currently serving a 50-year prison sentence after being convicted of “continuous sexual abuse of a child under the age of 14,” according to court records.

Sources: OpposingViews, KDFWFort Worth Star-TelegramCBS DFW