Fourth person arrested in shooting of teen in White Settlement

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Left to right: Kyle Garrison,17, Tyee Garrison,18, and Sean Garrison, 23, await arraignment on a charge of capital murder, according to White Settlement police.
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A fourth person has been arrested in the killing of a Fort Worth teenager in White Settlement last week, police said.

Chase Nix, 24, of North Richland Hills surrendered at the Tarrant County Jail on Friday, White Settlement police said in a news release.

Sean Garrison, 23, Tyee Garrison, 18, and Kyle Garrison, 17, all from White Settlement, were arrested Wednesday in the fatal shooting of Xavier Olesko, 18, on Sept. 18 in front of a home in the 8100 block of Tumbleweed Trail. They’re charged with capital murder.

Nix, who also faces a capital murder charge, is an acquaintance of the Garrison brothers and was present at the time of Olesko’s killing, the news release said.

Three brothers of White Settlement have taken into custody Wednesday in connection with a shooting that killed a Fort Worth teen.
Kyle Garrison,17, Tyee Garrison,18, and Sean Garrison, 23, await arraignment on a charge of capital murder, according to White Settlement police.

On Wednesday, police said in a press release that they executed an arrest warrant for the brothers in the 1600 block of South Cherry Lane and in the 8000 block of Emerald Crest Drive in White Settlement.Xavier Olesko, 18, died of a gunshot wound to his chest about 8:40 p.m. outside of a home in the 8100 block of Tumbleweed Trail on Sept. 18.Detectives say they believe Olesko and Sean, who were acquaintances, planned to meet. The brothers planned on robbing Olesko during that meeting, police said. That’s when Olesko was shot and killed according to the press release.

Each of the brothers are being held on a $200,000 bond at the White Settlement Police Department jail.
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