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Your Mugshots of the Day: Supermarket Worker Warren White's Alleged Murderers

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Here is an unlikely looking trio of alleged murderers. If they were with Snow White, they'd be Pissy, Sneery and Shocked.

Angelica Lee Serrano, 20, Ralph Ernest Alonso, 23, and Daniel Allen Porter, 21, have all been charged with murder in the November 16 murder of Warren Keith White, 29.

White was working at a Foodtown supermarket on Old Galveston Road when he was told someone was tampering with his car outside. He went to investigate and was shot.

A mugshot of the fourth suspect, Jessie Lurue Nelson, Jr., 19, was not available.

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