John Lindsey Daniels, Brandon Grable Fielding in custody after a woman playing dominoes was killed in northeast Houston in 2021, HPD says

HOUSTON, TX (KTRK) — Police say two suspects are in custody after a shooting killed a woman and wounded a man in northeast Houston in 2021.

The Houston Police Department said charges had been filed against John Lindsey Daniels, 40, and Brandon Grable Fielding, 40.

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They are accused of killing 40-year-old Andrea Faulwell and wounding 33-year-old Terrance Brooks.

At approximately 11:40 p.m. on December 29, 2021, HPD officers said they responded to a shootout at a home at 3505 Gillespie Street.

Upon arrival, police learned that a group of people were playing dominoes outside when two men approached them and started shooting.

Brooks and Faulwell were among the group and were shot, according to police.

They were both taken to hospital where the woman was reportedly pronounced dead. According to HPD, Brooks was in stable condition.

Further investigation identified the suspects as Daniels and Fielding, who fled the scene.

Police said Daniels was taken into custody on September 1 without incident, and on Thursday officers also arrested Fielding without incident.

Both Daniels and Fielding are charged with murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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