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Alvin Foley III, Jordan Sampson & Prince Fair: Three Teens Shot In Apartment Complex Fight

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Houston police say three teenagers were shot Sunday night at a southwest side apartment complex after the got into an altercation.

The victims are Alvin Foley III, 18, of Houston, Jordan Sampson, 17, of Houston, and Prince Fair, 18, police said. Foley suffered multiple gunshot wounds and is in critical condition in Ben Taub General Hospital. Sampson and Fair also suffered gunshot wounds and are in unknown condition at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital.

The three were at an apartment complex in the 9800 block of Club Creek when they got into an altercation "with four to five unknown black male suspects," HPD says. "At some point after the argument, the suspects returned to the above location, shot Foley, Sampson and Fair and then fled the scene."

One of the suspects has a light complexion with freckles and was wearing a white hat and black shirt, police say. Another suspect was wearing a black hat and a gray shirt "with art work on the front."

Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.


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