Update: IHOP Shooting Suspect Transferred to Taylor County

Update: IHOP Shooting Suspect Transferred to Taylor County

Brandon Green, the man accused of shooting another man multiple times early in the morning of March 23 at the Abilene IHOP, has been transferred to Taylor County jail.
06/25/14 Updated at 9:58 a.m. IHOP Shooting Suspect Transferred to Taylor County

Brandon Green, the man accused of shooting another man multiple times early in the morning of March 23 at the Abilene IHOP, has been transferred to Taylor County jail.

Green was indicted last week by a Taylor County grand jury on the charge of aggravated assault, but was not transferred to Taylor County until Tuesday, June 24. Green was arrested in late March in Tarrant County, but was held on assault family violence charges there and could not be transferred to Taylor County until the case was handled.

According to the shooting victim's girlfriend, the IHOP assault occurred following an altercation at an Abilene night club earlier that night before Green and the victim ran into each other again at the restaurant. Green allegedly shot the victim as he and his girlfriend were about to exit.

The victim was transported to Hendrick were he was treated for his injuries and later recovered.

No trial date has yet been set.
 

03/27/14 Updated at 8:59 a.m. IHOP Shooting Suspect Transfer Interrupted by Pending Charge

Brandon Green was scheduled to be transported to Taylor County Wednesday evening, however, the transport was interrupted by pending charge.

Taylor County Sheriff’s Office deputies were en route to Fort Worth Wednesday to pick up Green when Tarrant County notified dispatch that Green had an additional charge pending in that jurisdiction.

Green is charged in Tarrant County with assault family violence impeding breath.

Green will be transported back to Taylor County once his Tarrant County case is heard.


03/26/14 Updated at 3:57 p.m. IHOP Shooting Suspect Expected to Transfer to Taylor County Wednesday

According to the Abilene Police Department, Brandon Green, the suspect in the IHOP shooting that took place early Sunday Morning, will soon be transferred to Taylor County.

Green is currently in the custody of the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office, but APD believes he should be extradited to Taylor County Jail Wednesday night.

We will keep track of this situation and will have updates as things progress.


03/25/14 Updated at 5:02 p.m. Press Conference, Arrest Report Reveal More Details on IHOP Shooting

The Abilene Police Department has reported that the suspect in Sunday's IHOP shooting has been taken into custody in Arlington by the U.S. Marshal's North Texas Fugitive Task Force.

The suspect has been identified as 25-year-old Brandon Green.

According to police documents, the victim was out with his girlfriend and several friends after leaving a local club.

While eating at IHOP, two men approached their table and began an argument with one of their friends. The victim’s girlfriend reported that she recognized one of the men from the club.

She claims she left the table momentarily and when she returned, the men were gone; however, as she and her boyfriend were leaving IHOP, she saw the man she recognized from the club approach them with a gun.

The man, who she later identified as Green during a photo lineup, then proceeded to open fire on the victim before driving away.

Green is now being held on a $250,000 bond.


Original Story: More Details on IHOP Shooting Victim's Injuries


We have a slight update on the victim of the shooting that happened at the IHOP on South Clack early Sunday morning.

According to police records, what was originally thought to be five bullet wounds is in fact six.

The man was shot three times in the arm, two times in the gut and one time in the leg.

There is still no update on the victim’s current condition, though he was transported Sunday to Hendrick Medical Center listed as “stable.”

Police are still searching for the suspect, an unidentified black male.

Anyone with information on the suspect is encouraged to call the Abilene Police Department at (325) 673-8331 or CrimeStoppers at (325) 676-TIPS. All calls to CrimeStoppers are anonymous.

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