Lufkin murder suspect in ND being held on 4 charges

Victor Lamont (Source: Williams County Jail)
Victor Lamont (Source: Williams County Jail)

WILLISTON, ND (KTRE) - District court records show a Lufkin man accused of killing a Katy man in a North Dakota oilfield is being held on four felony charges.

The Williams County Sheriff's Office is charging Victor Scott Lamont, 24, with two counts of Class C terrorizing, one count of Class A attempted murder and one count of Class AA murder.

The shooting was reported at 10:15 p.m. Saturday at the Wanzek camp near Tioga, according to The Associated Press.

The criminal complaints report Lamont pointed a gun at two men, Greg Storms and Jacob Mustard, and shot Travis Lomax and shot and killed Gerald Schild.

The complaint states Lamont shot Lamox and Schild in the upper torso.

According to AP, Schild, 57, was pronounced dead at a local hospital. Lomax, 38, of Fort Smith, Ark., was released from a hospital in Minot.

In a phone interview Tuesday, a chief deputy with the Williams County Sheriff's Office said a motive has not yet been determined. He will most likely attend a bond hearing on Wednesday.

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