Spring Branch man shoots big brother several times with rifle after fight at bar, police say

Anderzon Giron, 32 (Houston Police Department)

HOUSTON – A man is accused of shooting his brother several times with a rifle outside a Spring Branch home early Wednesday following a fight at a bar, Houston police said.

Anderzon Giron, 32, was charged with aggravated assault for shooting his brother, Hector Giron, 38, in the 8300 block of Varner Road.

According to police, the brothers were having drinks at the bar where, at some point, Anderzon became aggressive and belligerent and the two were asked to leave.

When Hector and a friend arrived at his home shortly after 3 a.m., Anderzon was waiting for him outside with a rifle, and shot his big brother, police said.

Hector was struck several times, sustaining wounds to the abdomen and buttocks.

Hector’s friend took the weapon away from Anderzon until officers arrived and took him into custody.

Hector was taken to an area hospital by paramedics, and was expected to survive.

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