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The unfortunate case of a 17-year-old boy who lost his life at the hands of a father who killed him after his daughter snuck the boy into their home but later claimed no to know him is likely to have an ending that the boy's family will certainly not be happy with according to a local prosecutor.
The Houston father who police say fatally shot a 17-year-old boy who was inside his daughter's bedroom early Thursday morning will likely not be charged, an area prosecutor told MyFoxHouston.com.
Although a grand jury will review the case, prosecutor Warren Diepraam said it is unlikely that the father will be charged.
"What was going on in the person's mind at the time of the shooting, [not] what they found out after the fact" is key, Diepraam said. "They�re looking at what he was thinking when he made the decision to shoot."
He reportedly found the teen in bed with his daughter and confronted him. His daughter apparently told him she did not know the boy.
The father said he told the teen not to move, but reportedly saw the teen reach for something, at which point police say the father opened fire. The teen did not have a gun. His daughter later confessed that she snuck her boyfriend, 17, into the house, the report said.
"We don't know if the father knew him or not," Sgt. Ben Bell with the Harris County Sheriff's Department, told the station. The family had just moved into the neighborhood.