HOUSTON – Two men were found shot to death Tuesday outside a home near the Katy area, according to Harris County deputies.
The discovery was made around 6:34 p.m. in the 19400 block of Cypress Arbor Drive.
Deputies said both men were found lifeless in the yard of the home. Investigators said it all started as a confrontation between two men. Deputies said the gunman came to the home to confront the man living in it, regarding a relationship they were having or had-- with the same woman. Deputies said the gunman eventually shot the resident multiple times, killing him. Deputies said the gunman then shot himself.
“There was a fight that occurred -- a disagreement. At one point, the person who came to the home to confront the person who lived here produced a handgun and shot the person who lives here, shot that man once and then shot him again and then he turned the gone on himself,” said HCSO Public information officer Jason Spencer.
Investigators said they are still talking with witnesses. No other injuries were reported.
Investigators are at the scene.
Homicide investigators and PIO are en route to a home in the 3800 block of Katy Hollow Drive, where two men are dead with gunshot wounds. Preliminary indications are that this may be a possible murder/suicide. #hounews pic.twitter.com/Tk0UJzwjMi— HCSOTexas (@HCSOTexas) November 25, 2020
The identities of the men have not been released.
Crews respond to a multi-person shooting in the 19400 block of Cypress Arbor Dr. Tuesday evening in Katy.@cyfairfd EMS pronounced 2 adult males deceased on-scene. @HCSOTexas is on-scene investigating this incident.— Cy-Fair Fire Department (@cyfairfd) November 25, 2020
Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO#hounews pic.twitter.com/ELU9bDJbbF