Posted August 23, 2017 10:45 am by Comments

By Jennifer Cruz

Quazian Deante Walker, whose accomplice was killed during the commission of a crime, faces felony murder charges. (Photo: Fort Worth Police Department)
An attempted robbery at a Fort Worth home last week ended with one suspect dead and the second injured – and now behind bars – after one of the victims shot them both.
Authorities say the two suspects, Jose Franco and Quazian Deante Walker, went to the home with the intent to rob the occupants of money and marijuana. Franco, who was armed with a handgun, and Walker, who was carrying a stun gun, were apparently friends with the occupants, police said.
At the time of the attempted robbery, three people were at the home – two brothers and a girlfriend of one of the brothers.
It’s unclear if Franco and Walker forced their way inside the home, but the younger brother and his girlfriend were in a locked bedroom when the duo kicked in the door. At that point, the older brother intervened and what was described as a violent struggle ensued. Police say Franco fired his gun, although no one was struck, and Walker repeatedly used the stun gun on the older brother.
However, in the midst of the struggle, the


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