ONLY ON 2: Video shows wife unleashing hail of gunfire at home invasion suspects who stabbed husband, FBCSO says

The home invasion happened in Fort Bend County

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – Surveillance footage captured the moments in which a wife chased and shot at multiple suspects who stabbed her husband during a robbery and home invasion Tuesday morning, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office said.

The incident occurred in the 18900 block of Morant Bay Drive in Richmond.

Deputies said the suspects entered the couple’s home around 8:28 a.m. and attempted to rob the 51-year-old man and his wife. One of the suspects stabbed the man in the leg.

(WARNING: Gunshots heard in video, viewer discretion advised)

Dashcam video shared with KPRC 2 shows up to four suspects running away from the scene while the wife chased after them, shooting.

Multiple gunshots can be heard in the video.

“I hurried up, got my son (and) went into the closet because I didn’t know what was going on,” Jeff George said.

Jeff George said when he went outside, shell casings were in his yard. A bullet also hit another neighbor’s garage.

It was unclear if any of the suspects were hit or if they stole anything from the home.

KPRC 2 spoke to a woman who said she owns the home where the home invasion took place. She said six armed men broke into her home, stabbed her husband with a butcher’s knife, and pointed a gun at her youngest child’s head.

FBCSO said they are actively investigating the home invasion.

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