Tristan Houston, a JROTC student at Prairie A&M with just one year left before earning is degree and moving on to serve in the Army as an officer, was slain 8 weeks ago.
His body was found in a wooded area off of Clear Creek Road near Hockley, and just one day after the discovery, Waller County Sheriffs’ Department charged Ayinde Williams, age 19 with murder.
Houston’s mother, Alesia Dorsey, doesn’t believe that Williams acted alone. The Waller County detectives had some help finding her son’s body as well as the murder weapon from two other individuals, and Dorsey believes the two “helpful” individuals may have played a role in her son’s death as well.
She even has concerns about a third suspect beyond the one in jail, who has belongings of her son’s, and has not been seen nor heard from since her son’s death.
She questions why these other individuals aren’t being investigated, and alleged she had given the investigators the tips needed.
The investigators released the following statement:
“Texas Rangers are assisting the Waller County Sheriff’s Office in the murder of Tristan Houston. It is an active investigation.”