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FACEBOOK Johran McCormick, 17, was fatally shot early Thursday morning after he was discovered hiding in a 16-year-old girl's bedroom by her father, deputies say.

[caption id="attachment_81455" align="aligncenter" width="635"] FACEBOOK  Johran McCormick, 17, was fatally shot early Thursday morning after he was discovered hiding in a 16-year-old girl's bedroom by her father, deputies say.
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Johran McCormick, 17, was fatally shot early Thursday morning after he was discovered hiding in a 16-year-old girl's bedroom by her father, deputies say.[/caption]Houston Father Kills Teen Found Outside His Daughter's Bedroom

Metro-Houston, Texas - At 2:20AM local time Thursday morning, a 17-year-old teenager was tragically killed following in incident many people may ascribe to the foibles of adolescence. The teen boy made his way into the bedroom of his 16-year-old girlfriend for some stealthy coitus.

Apparently, some of the girl’s younger siblings noticed the lad entering her room and alerted their father who arrived armed. The girl’s father found the boy in bed with her, but according to reports, the girl initially denied knowing the boy.

It was a high stress situation and the father allegedly demanded the teen remain still, but when the young man reached for something the father opened fire killing him. What he was reaching for was unclear, but police found him unarmed. Upon being questioned, the girl confessed she did know the boy and the rest of her nocturnal rendezvous can be likewise inferred.

Johran McCormick's mother said she can't believe her son was killed while sneaking around with the 16-year–old girl he was apparently dating, the Houston Chronicle reported Saturday.

Zakia McCormick also can't understand why the man accused of firing the fatal shot Thursday is not behind bars.

"If you take a life, you give your life," the newspaper quoted a teary Zakia McCormick as saying. "We're suffering. Why isn't he suffering too?"

[caption id="attachment_81456" align="aligncenter" width="635"]KHOU  The unidentified father of the 16-year-old girl is seen wheeled out of the home after reporting of feeling unwell after the shooting. KHOU
houston father shoots teen: The unidentified father of the 16-year-old girl is seen wheeled out of the home after reporting of feeling unwell after the shooting.[/caption]

The father had to be taken to the hospital for treatment of a preexisting condition which was exacerbated by the shooting incident.

The shooting is being called an open and ongoing investigation.

Once the investigation is complete, police will refere the case to a grand jury.

[caption id="attachment_81457" align="aligncenter" width="635"]The grieving mother of 17-year-old Johran McCormick, who deputies say was shot to death after confronted in a 16-year-old girl's bedroom early Thursday morning, says the Houston man who killed her son should have thought twice about killing a child. The grieving mother of 17-year-old Johran McCormick, who deputies say was shot to death after confronted in a 16-year-old girl's bedroom early Thursday morning, says the Houston man who killed her son should have thought twice about killing a child.
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