HOUSTON, TX. (THECOUNT) — Alyssa Reagins has been identified by family members as the Houston woman found dead in the street in front of a home in the Spring area. The fatal incident was originally reported to police as a suicide. Deputies now say that they do not believe the incident was a suicide.
Reagins, 20, was discovered suffering from gunshot injuries outside the home on Pepper Ridge Lane and Bellchase Drive around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, after authorities responded to a call of shots fired.
Upon arrival, deputies found Reagins with a gunshot wound to the head in front of the home where she was staying.
The initial call came in as a suicide, but authorities said they have not found a weapon and have gotten conflicting stories from the people in the home, reports Click2Houston.
After searching the house, authorities found several weapons but none of them are believed to be gun used in the shooting.
Surveillance cameras caught a white car speeding by around the time of the incident, but there is no word on whether it was related to the crime.
Deputies said there were also several children in the home ranging in age from 2 to 10.
Authorities have not yet taken anyone into custody. All the people who were inside the home when the shooting happened have been let back inside, Click2Houston reports.
Anyone with possible information on the fatal incident should contact police at 911.