Champion allegedly responded, "That's how it is now, I will make it up." Several more messages allegedly transpired where the couple's anger seemed to escalate, with Champion concluding, "Na, fuck this I ain't done I'm on my way up there, where you gone be at?!?!?" Several follow-up messages indicate that Underwood and Champion agreed to meet on 25th Street.All participants must contact instructor for one on one before attending.Psychology Today verifies the information at the time a therapist is initially listed in the directory and then upon expiration of the professional's credentials.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.Owners of assume no responsibility (and expressly disclaim responsibility) for updating this site to keep information current or to ensure the accuracy or completeness of any posted information.Champion became a suspect after tips from Underwood's friends led police to identify him as the man she'd been dating for several weeks prior to her death, notes an affadavit filed in support of an arrest warrant for Champion obtained by local news station KYTX.
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Police have charged a suspect with first-degree murder in the fatal January 26 shooting of 24-year-old trans woman Ty Underwood in North Tyler, Texas, reports local news station KLTV.
Carlton Ray Champion, Jr., 21, was charged on Monday after electronic and video evidence revealed that he was meeting Underwood for a date at the time she was killed.
Police say that Champion, a student at Texas College, and Underwood, a nursing assistant planning to attend Kilgore College's nursing program, had been in a "brief relationship" prior to Underwood's death.
Champion was originally detained on January 29 for a probation violation while officials continued to investigate his suspected connection to Underwood's murder.