Tyler man indicted for alleged murder of gas station clerk

TYLER, Texas (KETK) - One of the three suspects involved in the murder of a Tyler gas station clerk has been indicted on the offense of murder.

Back on January 28, 2017, Dameon Mosley, 35, of Tyler, and two other people allegedly robbed a Conoco gas station on NNE Loop 323. During the crime, an employee, 62-year-old Billy Stacks, was shot and killed.

One video shows a person entering the gas station on the 3300 block of Loop 323 and demanding money from the clerk. The video the shows a gunman jumping over the counter, before approaching Stacks.

WATCH: Footage released of gas station robbery

According to Tyler police, the robber shot the clerk twice, at least once in the face, after the two began fighting. 

A nearby deputy chased after the suspects who left in a vehicle, but they were able to escape. Authorities were able to capture Mosley the next day in Dallas.

Law enforcement also arrested Kedarius Oliver and Lamarcus Hannah. The two were charged with aggravated robbery.

Mosley remains in the Smith County Jail on $1 million bond.


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