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Alexander Olivieri: 18-Year-old Murder Suspect Grins for Mugshot

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The Harris County Sheriff's Office has arrested Alexander Olivieri, 18, for the Katy murder of Bridgett Frisbie, 17.

Frisbie's body was found, dead from a gunshot wound, by some kids who were four-wheeling in a field Sunday afternoon.

Olivieri's mugshot, released by the HCSO, isn't exactly representative of someone shocked at being accused of murder. Instead, he tries and fails to contain a grin.

He was arrested at 2:30 a.m. today. "No other information regarding the arrest or the case itself is available at this time," the sheriff's department says.

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