HOUSTON - A man was at Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital in stable condition Friday morning after being shoved through a convenience store window in north Houston.
Houston police arrived at a Chevron convenience store at Airline Drive and Crosstimbers Street around 11:30 p.m. Thursday night.
There they found a man who had been beat up and had severe cuts on his body.
The store clerk said two men got into an argument and began fighting in front of the store. One of the men ended up shoving the other backwards into a glass window.
The other suspect fled the scene before police arrived.
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