Suspect in custody after Smith Co. shooting

Suspect in custody after Smith Co. shooting
One injured in early morning Smith County shooting (Source: One injured in early morning Smith County shooting)

SMITH COUNTY, Texas (KLTV) - The Smith County Sheriff’s Office released this information Sunday evening:

On June 21, 2020, at approximately 1:45 am, Deputies with the Smith County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported shooting in the 13600 block of County Road 3104 near Gladewater. Upon their arrival to the location, they observed a large group of people attending a party on this property. Deputies were quickly able to learn that the victim had sustained a gunshot wound and was transported to Good Shepherd Hospital in Longview by private vehicle.

Trevor Tinney booking photo.
Trevor Tinney booking photo. (Source: Gregg County Jail)

Smith County Investigators and the Crime Scene Unit responded to the location to further investigate this offense. It was learned that a known suspect attending this party had shot the victim in the head and then fled the scene. The victim was identified as Quavion Mumphrey - 23 of Overton. Mumphrey was later flown to Parkland Hospital in Dallas for further treatment and is in serious condition.

Smith County Deputies and Investigators were able to identify the alleged shooter as Trevor D’Jaun Tinney - 19 of Overton. A probable cause affidavit was presented to 241st State District Judge Jack Skeen who issued a warrant for the arrest of Trevor Tinney for the criminal offense of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. A bond of $350,000 was set for this offense.

This afternoon Trevor Tinney turned himself in at the Kilgore Police Department on the listed warrant. Smith County Investigators took custody of Tinney and are now in the process of booking him into the Smith County Jail.

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