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Shooter Sentenced for Store Clerk’s Death During Robbery in Sugar Land

(SUGAR LAND) – One of the four individuals charged in the shooting death of a store clerk during a robbery in Sugar Land has been sentenced.

On Aug. 31, 2019, a store clerk was shot and killed during a robbery at the WB Food Mart located at 13003 West Bellfort. Days after the murder, detectives worked quickly to identify and charge four individuals with various felony offenses related to the murder.


This week, Treveon Young was sentenced to 55 years in state prison for shooting and killing the store clerk. Kameryn James was identified as the getaway driver and was sentenced to 15 years in state prison. Previously, two juvenile males were arrested and charged with the robbery. They received 18 and 20 year determinate sentences.


License Plate Reader technology provided detectives with the information they needed to identify the involved parties.


“The Sugar Land Police Department would like to thank the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office for their role with the tireless prosecution of this case and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department- Homicide Division with assisting with the apprehension of Treveon Young in their city,” said officials with the Sugar Land Police Department.

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