Two Men Suspected in Bowie County Murder Case Now in Custody

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The Bowie County Sheriff’s Office reports that two men seen as suspects in the murder of Chase Aaron Porier at a residence on Forest Circle in Bowie County have been arrested. Kristopher Allen Fate Wilson, also known as “Flip,” and Brandon Lasuan Parkman are both in the Bi-State Jail with Capital Murder charges, among others.

Such an odd case, seems that the men robbed the victim of his marijuana, but left a witness alive to identify them. Both men turned themselves in to officials in Cass County and have been transferred to the Bi-State Jail in Texarkana.

All Case Press Releases:

On December 27, 2020 around 7:46 PM Bowie County deputies were dispatched to the 100 block of Forest Circle Texarkana, Texas for a gun shot victim. Upon arrival, deputies located Chase Aaron Porier deceased in his living room from what appeared to be a gun shot wound. A witness was also present who was administering first aid to Mr. Porier. This witness informed deputies that two black males had shown up at Mr. Porier’s residence unannounced. An altercation took place when the two suspects robbed Mr. Porier of his marijuana. This is when one of the suspects shot Mr. Porier. The suspects then also took Mr. Porier’s and the witness’ cell phones before leaving. The suspects left the scene of this homicide in a blue two-door car with a black bumper. Bowie County Investigators were called to process this crime scene and continue the investigation. Judge Todd Fore ordered the victim to be sent off for an autopsy. Investigators are currently following up on leads to identify the two suspects. Anyone with any information about this murder can call Investigator Chris Allison at 903-628-6821 or the Bowie County Sheriff’s Office at 903-798-3149. Update 12-29-20: On 12-28-2020, Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Investigators identified Kristopher Allen Fate Wilson, also known as “Flip,” as a suspect in the murder of Chase Porier. With the assistance of the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Wilson was arrested and booked into the Cass County Jail. He has been charged with Capital Murder and is awaiting transportation to the Bowie County Jail. Investigators interviewed Kristopher Wilson and are still working to identify the second suspect. Anyone with any information about this murder should call Investigator Chris Allison at 903-628-6821 or the Bowie County Sheriff’s Office at 903-798-3149.

Update 12-29-20:

On 12-28-2020, Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Investigators identified Kristopher Allen Fate Wilson, also known as “Flip,” as a suspect in the murder of Chase Porier. With the assistance of the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Wilson was arrested and booked into the Cass County Jail. He has been charged with Capital Murder and is awaiting transportation to the Bowie County Jail. Investigators interviewed Kristopher Wilson and are still working to identify the second suspect. Anyone with any information about this murder should call Investigator Chris Allison at 903-628-6821 or the Bowie County Sheriff’s Office at 903-798-3149.

Update 12-30-20:

On 12-29-2020, Investigators with the Bowie County Sheriff’s Office travelled to Cass County in efforts of serving a Capital Murder warrant on Brandon Lasuan Parkman dob-12-4-2002. With the assistance of the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, the Texas Department of Public Safety, and Texas Parks and Wildlife, numerous locations were checked. In the early morning hours of 12-30-2020, Brandon Lasuan Parkman surrendered himself to the Atlanta TX Police Department. He was booked into the Cass County Jail for the offense of Capital Murder. Parkman has been transferred to the Bowie County Jail. Bond has not been set. We thankful for everyone who assisted in this investigation and are pleased that both individuals responsible for the death of Chase Porier are now in custody.

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