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  1. #1
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    Sep 2005

    TX - Steven Felts, 36, Rosenberg, 15 Oct 1996


    Houston & Texas gif

    Jan. 5, 2006, 1:40AM
    Fort Bend successes spur cold-case hope
    Clearing of two old killings gives woman hope of a break in brother's 1996 slaying

    Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle

    MISSOURI CITY - With Fort Bend County police departments clearing two unsolved killings in the past two months, Mona Felts has renewed optimism that the cold case involving her brother can be cracked.

    Steven Felts, 36, was shot three times in the back of the head in his Rosenberg home on Oct. 15, 1996.

    Mona Felts said she knows it will be difficult to solve the case after nearly 10 years but hopes a person will come forward someday with the key bit of information.

    "I will never give up hope for some justice," she said.


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    Apr 2013
    A few years after the murder, Steven's family members filed a wrongful death suit against his widow:


    Appellants Johnson and Felts originally brought suit against appellee and her alleged boyfriend, Stacy Booker, claiming that the defendants had wrongfully brought about the death of appellee's husband, Steven Felts. Neither appellee nor Booker was ever charged in connection with his death. Appellee was designated as a beneficiary of her husband's life insurance proceeds, retirement benefits, and investment accounts.

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