Domingo Ramirez Jr. reports that the Keller teen, who was awaiting trial on a burglary charge after being shot in a bizarre run-in with Fort Worth police last fall, was back in jail Wednesday.
This time, Ross and two other teens are accused of burglarizing a Keller home on Jan. 25. Police say they took about $15,000 worth of jewelry and electronics. Ross was arrested at his Keller home on Tuesday.
But you might remember him from the earlier case last October in north Fort Worth. Police said he and another teen broke into a home in the 10000 block of Tulare Lane.
Two Fort Worth patrol units arrived as the duo was heading toward a compact car to flee.
But, as one of the officers pursued the pair on foot, a 31-year-old civilian participating in the department's ridealong program jumped from the patrol car and ran toward one of the suspects, who was getting into the car.
A 55-year-old neighbor with a .45-caliber handgun stepped into the street and fired at the suspects, wounding Ross and his buddy.