TEXARKANA, Texas–On July 28th at 6:50pm Texarkana, Texas Police responded to a disturbance call in the 3300 block of New Boston Road. Upon arrival officers were advised that the victim, Samuel Moore, 31, of Nash, Texas had been struck on the top of the head by the suspect, Stacy Vaughn, 32, of Texarkana, TX.
Moore had advised that he and Vaughn were engaged in a fist fight when Vaughn produced a handgun from his pocket and struck him in the head with it. Vaughn had fled the scene before officers arrived.
At approximately 7:50pm on the same day, a shots fired call in the 1200 block of Stuckey St. was dispatched. Officers were told by a witness that the suspects drove up in a white car and she saw a b/m suspect that she knows as Samuel Moore fire a handgun five times in her direction. Through the investigation Officers believe this shooting incident was in retaliation for the earlier fight.
At 12:15am on July 29th officers were dispatched to a residence in the 2300 block of W.10th St. in reference to a shooting call. Upon arrival officers made contact with the victim, Terry Miller, 47, of Texarkana, Texas. Officers were advised that a white car and a maroon SUV drove by the residence multiple times shooting in to the residence. Miller had a non-life threatening injury to his torso and was transported to Wadley Hospital. Through the investigation detectives believe this shooting was in retaliation to the shooting earlier on Stuckey St.
On 7/29/2014 at around 3:00am, officers were able to locate Vaughn at a residence in the 1200 block of Stuckey St., and he was arrested for Aggravated Assault in reference to the incident in the 3300 block of New Boston Road. He was transported to the jail. The case is still under investigation. Detectives issued a warrant for Deadly Conduct on Samuel Moore, 31, for the shots fired incident in the 1200 block of Stuckey St.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Samuel Moore or has information on this crime is asked to contact the Texarkana Texas Police Department at 903-798-3116 or CrimeStoppers at 903-793-STOP (7867).