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UPDATE: Convenience Store Shooting

Newschannel 6 has more information on the second suspect involved in the convenience store shooting.

According to an affidavit, Clifton John Russell IV says Michael Graves was his accomplice. Graves turned himself in for an outstanding violation of probation warrant on January 11th. Police say Graves waived his Miranda rights and confessed that he went to Mo's grocery store with Russell on January 9th with the intent of robbing the store with a handgun from Graves' residence. Police say Graves admitted he stood at the door while Russell went in to rob the store. Police say Graves then fled on foot after Muhammad "Mo" Ahmad was shot. Graves is being held on a $1.5 million bond at Wichita County jail.

Two men are behind bars, both charged with Capital Murder. Wichita Falls Police said they shot and killed Mohammad "Mo" Ahmad, 66. Ahmad was shot and killed Monday in an attempted robbery at Mo's Grocery on Old Iowa Park Road just before 4 P.M. Ahmad was the owner of the convenience store and the store clerk inside Mo's at the time of the shooting.

The first arrest happened Tuesday. According to the court documents, there was a confession from Clifton John Russell IV, 17. The document said he confessed to his family that he was the shooter while watching news coverage of the murder, who then went to Police. The second arrest happened Wednesday afternoon, right in front of Newschannel 6 cameras. Michael Shay Graves, 19, approached officers that were looking for clues in a canal near the murder scene. He turned himself in and was taken in for an interview. Within an hour, he had been formally arrested and charged with a count of Capital Murder.  

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