Suspect identified after being killed in officer-involved shooting at Conroe home, police say

An investigation is underway after a suspect was shot at a home following reports that he was firing his weapon inside the residence in Conroe Monday, police said.

CONROE, Texas – A suspect who was shot after police say he fired his weapon inside a residence in Conroe died Tuesday, police said.

The suspect has been identified as Larry Marquail Mixon III, of Stafford, Texas.

According to the Conroe Police Department, officers responded to a weapons disturbance around 7:30 p.m. in the 500 block of E. Phillips Street.

Prior to the shooting, Mixon was reportedly involved in two disturbances at a local business, according to a release. Police said there was no known relationship between Mixon and the two residents of the incident address.

Police said Mixon arrived at the address, had an incoherent verbal altercation with the residents, pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the victims. He then left the location, only to return within minutes as officers were responding.

Upon the first officer’s arrival, he saw Mixon standing next to his vehicle firing shots into the residence where the victims were reportedly inside. The officer, a six-year veteran of the Conroe Police Department, fired his weapon at Mixon in protection of the occupants believed to be in the home.

No officers were injured during the incident, police said.

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