Three more teens have been charged in connection to a shooting Aug. 9 in a College Station Taco Bell parking lot.
According to College Station police, Cody Lamar Briscoe, 17, and Jamal Lee Boston Zeno and Summer Medina, both 19, have now been charged in the incident. Isaac Rene Vasquez was arrested the night of the shooting and charged with deadly conduct and evading arrest.
Police said Vasquez had met Briscoe and Zeno outside the restaurant after communicating through Snapchat to facilitate a drug deal. Authorities said Briscoe and Zeno stole marijuana from Vasquez, and the group exchanged gunfire.
Briscoe and Zeno were arrested Aug. 15 and charged in connection to an armed robbery that had happened that day at an apartment complex on Southwood Drive. Briscoe was also formally charged on Sept. 15 for participating in what authorities have called a gun-smuggling ring.
On Monday, Medina was arrested on a charge of tampering with evidence. Police said communication between Medina and Zeno were found that indicated Medina was aware of the plan to commit a robbery and gave him access to a pickup to use for the crime. She is accused of working with Zeno to destroy evidence afterward, including wiping down the vehicle, picking up shell casings and altering glass break patterns on the windows to make it appear the truck was shot into, not out of. She disposed of clothing found inside the truck as well, police said.
Medina was released from the Brazos County Jail on $10,000 bond. Zeno is being held on $142,000 bond, while Briscoe is being held on $500,000 bond.