An Humble man was sentenced late Friday to 75 years in prison for the murder of a 22-year-old in November 2020, District Attorney Kim Ogg announced.
“This defendant spent hours doing everything he could to lure this young man to his death, including sending messages and making calls to set up the victim,” Ogg said. “We are grateful the jury saw exactly how cold and calculated this murder was and handed down the appropriate sentence.”
Siten Anney, 20, was sentenced after being convicted of murder in a four-day trial for the shooting death of 22-year-old Trevor Alan Harrison on November 23, 2020.
Anney and Harrison knew each other, and Anney mistakenly believed Harrison was involved in the slaying of a friend earlier in the year.
Anney lured Harrison to an apartment complex in the 200 block of Atascocita Road in Humble, where Harrison was fatally shot in the parking lot with a 9mm semi-automatic handgun.
After the shooting, Anney fled from the scene, and just 21 minutes later, he put the murder weapon up for sale online.
When news broke of the fatal shooting, Anney took a screenshot of the article and sent it to his friends, saying he stayed up all night waiting to see it.
Investigators with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office reviewed the messages that the victim received before his death and identified Anney as the killer.
Assistant District Attorney Maroun Koutani prosecuted the case.
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