2 Dead In Officer Involved Shooting
Brazoria County, Texas
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On 07-16-2019 at approximately 12:30 AM, a Brazoria County Sheriff's Office Patrol Deputy, attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a 2015 Kia passenger car at the intersection of SH 288b and County Road 687 for a traffic infraction. The passenger car failed to stop and traveled west bound on County road 687 before coming to a stop in a residential driveway in the 200 block of County Road 687. As the vehicle came to a stop gunshots began to be fired from the vehicle at the Deputy striking the patrol vehicle numerous times as the Deputy attempted to exit the patrol unit.  The Deputy was able to return fire in an attempt to stop the attack.  A 36 year old white male identified as Brandon Ray Stansel and 40 year old white female identified as Kelly Danielle Brumley were both pronounced dead on scene by Judge Jack Brown JP 1-1. The cause of death is pending autopsy results being conducted by the Galveston County Medical Examiner's Office. The Sheriff's Office Deputy was treated on scene f
or non- life threatening injuries by EMS personnel. Investigators from the Brazoria County Sheriff's Office along with the Brazoria County District Attorney's Office are investigating the incident. The Investigation has revealed that Brandon Ray Stansel had two weapons related outstanding warrants for his arrest at the time of the incident. One for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and the second for tampering with identification numbers.  The investigation is ongoing and further information will be released as it is revealed.

Lieutenant Varon Snelgrove
Brazoria County Sheriff's Office  

Good job BCSO Deputy. Stay safe
Posted by proud PO at 7/17/2019 8:24:20 PM

Glad the deputy survived this and took care of these two repeat offenders - I don't like seeing people get hurt, not even these cretins. But if someone has to go, let it be the bad guys.
Posted by Sasquatch at 7/18/2019 12:19:06 PM

Law Enforcement Officers always seem to be in the crosshairs of fire by criminals but in this case it backfired and thank God the outcome came out right and hope this Deputy gets the assistance he needs to get through this incident! Good job!
Posted by Big Al at 7/22/2019 8:12:51 AM

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