#ICYMI: Astros road rage shooter out on bond, police taser unarmed man, credit card thief caught on camera

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HOUSTONTexas (KIAH) Here’s what you missed on Eyewitness News at 9 here on CW39.

ASTROS ROAD RAGE SHOOTER OUT ON BOND

The man accused of killing a teenager in a road rage shooting after an Astros game is out on bond. Gerald Williams posted a $350,000 bond on Friday after being charged with the murder of 17-year-old David Castro. Castro’s father, Paul, was in court Monday and he told ABC-13 he wanted to look at his son’s accused killer face-to-face.

POLICE TASER UNARMED MAN

Four Houston police officers accused of killing an unarmed man during a mental episode will not face any charges. A Harris County grand jury has issued a “no bill” against the officers in the Nicholas Chavez case.

STOLEN CREDIT CARD

The restaurant manager accused of stealing a customer’s credit cards is out of jail. Prosecutors say Tarek Tahan was caught on camera using the allegedly stolen credit card at a gas station and at a Bed Bath and Beyond store. The customer who reported his card stolen says more than $1,500 in charges showed up on the card after he allegedly lost the card at a House of Pies restaurant on Kirby near Alabama.

Join us for more news and weather from ABC13 tonight on Eyewitness News at 9 right here on CW39.

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