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Nigger Arrested For Murder of White High School Student
Apr 14, 2010 5:30 pm US/Central FWPD Arrests Man For Murder Of High Schooler
Second Suspect Still Sought In Deadly Home ShootingFORT WORTH (CBS 11 / TXA 21)
Fort Worth Teen Dies After Being Shot By Burglars
Fort Worth police have arrested a man in connection with the shooting death of Southwest High School student Eric Forrester. Forrester, 17, died Tuesday - one day after being shot in the head by burglars when he and his sister went home for lunch.
Just after 5 p.m. police took Bruce Terrell Rogers into custody. Investigators believe Rogers was involved in the deadly shooting that happened Monday afternoon in the 6400 block of Poco Court. The 24-year-old suspect was taken into custody in Crowley and has a bond of $1 million.
There were two suspects inside the Forrester home when Eric and his 21-year-old sister went there for lunch. The siblings apparently surprised the burglars when they came in. Police are still searching for the second, unnamed, suspect.
As investigators continue their search they are also asking for the public's help with information regarding three laptop computers the suspects took from the Forrester home. The laptops, believed to be Dell, HP and Toshiba respectively, may have been offered for sale on the street.
There has been an outpouring of support for the Forrester family. CBS 11 News visited with Eric's uncle, Hugh Redd, who talked about his nephew's final contribution.
Word about Eric's death touched hundreds of people. While many didn't know the teen personally, they knew about him. Eric was a Southwest swim team member, an honor student and a musician.
What many may not have known is that Eric was also an organ donor. Through his death he helped to save many lives.
Redd said Eric's story is a remarkable one. "Eric's about blessing not only his immediate family by the way he lived his life but he's also blessed others whom he has never met," Redd said of Eric's gift. "But this is really important to him and his family."
A memorial service, open to students and family, was held at Eric's place of worship, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Wednesday night. There, friends and family shared stories about Eric and talked about the contributions he made during his young life.