There are new developments in a high-profile Houston murder case. Accused killer Brian Davis appeared before a judge for the first time since his arrest on Friday.
Davis, 32, is facing a capital murder charge in the death of Kandus Hightower-Sharp. But he is also being questioned about the murders of at least six other women, whose bodies were dumped in the Acres Homes neighborhood.
Davis was read his rights again Monday, and in the end, visiting judge Mary Bacon found probable cause to continue with the charges.
Prosecutors are alleging that on or before August 4, Davis kidnapped Hightower-Sharp, and stabbed her several times. They say he then heard her kicking after he had placed her in the trunk of his car. So he allegedly pulled over, poured gasoline on her and lit her on fire while she was still alive.
Brian was crazy, and looks crazy.