Houston Police shooting and 5 Officers Injured

Houston Police shooting

Five Houston police officers were injured in a shooting incident on Monday while delivering a search warrant on drugs at Houston Police shooting.

Police chief Acevedo told a news conference in the evening that the suspects opened fire as the officers broke the door in a house in southeastern Houston. Two of the suspects were killed at the scene from police fire, but Acevedo said the police did not know how many suspects had shot at the police.

Acevedo said about 12 drug officers and six patrol officers were on the scene to present the arrest warrant and provide support to investigate the sale of black heroin. Front door officers broke before 5 pm. Local time during the announcement of themselves and hit sirens and lights on a patrol vehicle.

At about 5 pm. At a central time, the police knocked the door and faced shooting by an unknown number of people.

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Police officers responded to the fire and, during the exchange of fire, two suspects were killed.

Staff captain Acevedo of the Houston police told a news conference that two officers were shot in the neck and were in a critical but stable condition on Monday evening. Two other officers who had been shot in a hospital were spotted, but were expected to fully recover as Houston Police shooting.

Mayor Sylvester Turner visited the hospital to check the conditions of the officers, according to a spokesman.

The head of the pest department of HPD spent most of the evening in the hospital where investigators worked to compile what had happened. Harris county deputies and ATF agents are assisting HPD in the scene.



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