The man who was arrested and charged with killing a woman on Sixth Street in July has been charged with four additional counts of aggravated assault.
Court documents allege Endicott McCray struck and injured four people when he opened fire near the Voodoo Doughnuts on East Sixth around 2:15 a.m. July 31. Police allege McCray got into an altercation with his brother-in-law when McCray pulled a weapon and fired. Teqnika Moultrie, 31, was walking with her wife and friends when she was fatally struck by one of the rounds. The other four were treated for “gunshot wounds to the chest, thigh, ankle and buttock,” the affidavit said.
McCray was arrested at a bus terminal near Atlanta on Aug. 2, and transported back to Austin after waiving his extradition hearing.
McCray was booked into the Travis County Jail on Aug. 18 on a murder charge with bond set at $2 million. Bond for each aggravated assault charge has been set at $100,000.