Victim of Fort Worth quadruple killing had shot two people himself last May, but was allowed to walk free

Man who previously shot two pedestrians is murdered by rival thugs

Amari’yon Cravin

Four people were killed execution style inside an SUV in a Fort Worth neighborhood on October 7th.

Police have now revealed that spree shooter Amari’yon Cravin, 17, is one of the four fatalities.

He was charged with nine counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of deadly conduct last May. He was released on a $145k bond. The bond had since been revoked and there was an outstanding warrant for Cravin’s arrest at the time he was killed.

Cravin was caught on video shooting at a crowd of people outside Varsity Tavern at 1:30 am on May 8th. He had been arguing with someone. He wounded two random pedestrians, one male and one female. Police say neither of the victims were intended targets.

Police have not disclosed the identities of the other three victims. They say the execution style slaughter was over drugs and gangs.

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