Man arrested for allegedly killing New Braunfels man during robbery

A New Braunfels man has been arrested after New Braunfels police say he killed a man while robbing him.

Koever Henke-Wommack

Koever Henke-Wommack, 22, was charged with capital murder Wednesday in the death of 31-year-old Stephan Fox of New Braunfels.

NBPD says Henke Wommack was found dead inside a car in the 100 block of North Mesquite Avenue on Nov. 30.

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According to a release from NBPD, Fox and Henke-Wommack had agreed to meet, Henke-Wommack intending to rob the man. Henke-Wommack allegedly shot Fox multiple times and fled the scene on foot. NBPD says Henke-Wommack has been on the run since then.

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US Marshals found Henke-Wommack in Schertz on Dec. 10 and took him into custody without incident on an unrelated parole violation. Henke-Wommack was transported to the Comal County Jail.

NBPD detectives served the arrest warrant on Henke-Wommack while he was at the jail Wednesday morning.

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Henke-Wommack was charged with capital murder because the murder happened during the commission of a robbery, says NBPD.

Bond has been set at $250,000.