A man from Humble, Texas has been sentenced to 75 years in prison for the murder of a 22-year-old acquaintance. The convict, Siten Anney, was found guilty by a jury after a four-day trial for shooting and killing Trevor Alan Harrison on November 23, 2020. The two men knew each other, and according to the Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg’s office, Anney believed that Harrison was involved in the killing of another friend the previous year.
Anney was so convinced of Harrison’s guilt that he lured him to an apartment complex on Atascocita Road in Humble, where he shot him in the parking lot with a 9mm semi-automatic handgun. After committing the murder, Anney fled the scene. Shockingly, just 21 minutes later, he attempted to sell the murder weapons online.
As the news broke of the fatal shooting, Anney took a screenshot of an article and sent it to his friends, boasting that he had stayed up all night to witness the story. The investigation carried out by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office included reviewing messages that Harrison received before his death, which clearly identified Anney as the killer.
District Attorney Kim Ogg expressed her gratitude for the jury’s decision, stating that Anney had gone to great lengths to lure Harrison to his death. Ogg described the murder as cold and calculated, and she believes that the appropriate sentence was handed down.
This tragic story highlights the lengths to which Anney was willing to go to seek revenge for the death of his friend. It serves as a reminder that justice will always prevail, even in cases where the perpetrator tries to hide their actions. The sentence of 75 years in prison serves as a stern warning to those who would contemplate such heinous acts.