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Police Officer Escapes Attempted Ambush, ‘Shoots One Suspect In The Buttocks’

Houston Police Officer Escapes Attempted Ambush, 'Shoots One Suspect In The Buttocks'

 

Good thing this cop had great instincts. He was wearing his uniform, so even though he was in his private vehicle, he was identifiable as a cop.

HOUSTON – A group of suspects targeted the wrong person to ambush after one of them was shot by a Houston police officer they were following on the way home late Thursday.

 

 

According to the Houston Police Department, it started at 11:30 p.m. when the 34-year veteran officer was heading home in his personal vehicle from a second job and noticed he was being followed as he drove down Woodhead Street in the Montrose area.

 

The officer turned onto Indiana Street to see if the car would keep going, but it didn’t. The suspect vehicle stopped and one male got out with a gun in hand. The suspect started toward the officer, who happened to still be in uniform.

 

The officer got out of his car and repeatedly identified himself as a police officer and ordered the suspect to stop. The suspect ignored the command and pointed his gun at the officer.

 

“At that point in time, a rear passenger got out and began running toward the sergeant as he went under street light he had arm extended and was shooting pistol directly at the sergeant,” Kese Smith, with HPD, said. More

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