Houston officer shot and suspect killed in night of violence
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HOUSTON, Texas -- A 29-year-old Houston police officer is out of surgery and in stable condition after he was shot three times in a gun battle with a suspect during a night of violence.

Gunshots rang out at Tristan Street at Scott Street around 10:26 p.m. Thursday in southeast Houston.

When the smoke cleared, one suspect was dead, a 5-year member of the Houston Police Department was shot three times, and officers had arrested two other suspects, who are facing charges.

One of the suspects in custody is 17 years old, HPD Chief Art Acevedo said.

A fourth suspect is still on the run.

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Comments:
GO GET 'EM!!!! Clean Houston!!! (That area of town, seems to be crime ridden --- actually, not anything new.)
Posted by noname at 9/13/2019 1:10:13 PM

Come on Francis - Solve the problem of criminals with guns.
Posted by Sasquatch at 9/16/2019 7:47:57 AM

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