Suspect charged with capital murder in missing Houston man’s case
HOUSTON – A suspect has been arrested and charged in connection with disappearance of a man in Houston.
The suspect identified as 27-year-old Trevyon Tellis is accused of killing 35-year-old Daniel Brown.
According HPD Homicide Division, Brown’s family had approached the HPD south central police station and filed a missing person’s report on January 27. The HPD missing persons unit opened an investigation into the case and exhausted all the leads.
A preliminary investigation by homicide detectives indicated that on January 25, Brown was with Tellis at his residence in the 2100 block of Mcilhenny Street.
It is believed sometime after 10:00 PM, brown was killed at the location.
Further investigation identified Tellis as the suspect in the case and evidence was discovered that linked him to Brown’s death and the disposal of his body.
Tellis was taken into custody on Tuesday and admitted to investigators his involvement in Brown’s death.
The investigation is underway as brown’s body has not been recovered yet.