Willie Harris, 24, is accused of fatally shooting and robbing his friend, Kendal Craddock, then burning Craddock’s car.
Willie Harris, 24, is accused of fatally shooting and robbing his friend, Kendal Craddock, then burning Craddock’s car. Mansfield Police Department Courtesy
Willie Harris, 24, is accused of fatally shooting and robbing his friend, Kendal Craddock, then burning Craddock’s car. Mansfield Police Department Courtesy

‘Grieving’ Fort Worth man arrested in slaying of friend

February 04, 2015 04:11 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 01:04 PM

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