From left, Chase Nix, 24; Sean Garrison, 23; Tyee Garrison, 18; and Kyle Garrison, 17, have been arrested and charged with capital murder in the killing of 18-year-old Xavier Olesko.
From left, Chase Nix, 24; Sean Garrison, 23; Tyee Garrison, 18; and Kyle Garrison, 17, have been arrested and charged with capital murder in the killing of 18-year-old Xavier Olesko. Tarrant County Jail/White Settlement Police Department Handout
From left, Chase Nix, 24; Sean Garrison, 23; Tyee Garrison, 18; and Kyle Garrison, 17, have been arrested and charged with capital murder in the killing of 18-year-old Xavier Olesko. Tarrant County Jail/White Settlement Police Department Handout

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