On Thursday, June 10, Shelby Cole Moore, 19, was arrested at the Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office in Fredericksburg. Early in the following morning, on June 11, Brandon Louis Harber, also 19, was arrested at his home in Blanco.
According to Gillespie Sheriff Buddy Mills, the two have been charged with the murder of Trey Noah. Noah, a 2007 graduate of Blanco High School who lived in Kendalia, was found dead in April of this year in eastern Gillespie County. The cause of death is still pending, awaiting results of the autopsy.
Harber and Moore both graduated from Blanco High School in 2009. Both suspects were acquaintances of Noah, and Moore was his cousin. A press release from the Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office stated that the two were arrested in conjunction with his “disappearance and murder.”
Mills would not release information regarding a possible motive nor whether or not there are other suspects. According to the District Attorney’s office in Kerrville, the case will go before the Grand Jury before the arraignment is held.