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Man answering his door shot and killed in Kingwood

NEW: Family confirms to me man who was killed in Kingwood home invasion was 27YO Tennyson Smith. On #Abc13 at 5:30 I have surveillance video capturing the moments before and after the shooting. We also here from this young mans mother & girlfriend who witnessed this tragedy pic.twitter.com/KWxo1zpnCZ Stefania Okolie (@StefaniaOnABC13) November 24, 2019Shooting at Lantern Hills was pretty brazen. Abt 915pm, when the victim opened the door, the suspect fired multiple shots. To our community members in the Kingwood area, if you review your cameras and/or have info, pls call us at 713-221-6000 or @CrimeStopHOU #HouNews Ed Gonzalez (@SheriffEd_HCSO) November 24, 2019HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Deputies are searching for the gunman who shot and killed 26-year-old Tennyson Smith during a deadly home invasion at his Kingwood residence.Investigators say Smith heard a knock on the door at 9:30 p.m. Saturday on Lantern Hill and Knights Cove.According to deputies, when he opened it, the gunman burst his way inside and started shooting at Smith, killing him.Surveillance camera captured the sound of the incident where a short struggle can be heard before a single gun shot is fired.Smith's mother said she is broken by her son's loss and did not want to be identified for her own safety.She remembers him as being very friendly and always smiling.Investigators say they don't have a motive for the shooting and no arrests have been made.Deputies are asking community members to review their surveillance cameras.If you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at (713) 222-TIPS.

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Man shot and killed in Kingwood home invasion

NEW: Family confirms to me man who was killed in Kingwood home invasion was 27YO Tennyson Smith. On #Abc13 at 5:30 I have surveillance video capturing the moments before and after the shooting. We also here from this young mans mother & girlfriend who witnessed this tragedy pic.twitter.com/KWxo1zpnCZ Stefania Okolie (@StefaniaOnABC13) November 24, 2019Shooting at Lantern Hills was pretty brazen. Abt 915pm, when the victim opened the door, the suspect fired multiple shots. To our community members in the Kingwood area, if you review your cameras and/or have info, pls call us at 713-221-6000 or @CrimeStopHOU #HouNews Ed Gonzalez (@SheriffEd_HCSO) November 24, 2019HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Deputies are searching for the gunman who shot and killed 26-year-old Tennyson Smith during a deadly home invasion at his Kingwood residence.Investigators say Smith heard a knock on the door at 9:30 p.m. Saturday on Lantern Hill and Knights Cove.According to deputies, when he opened it, the gunman burst his way inside and started shooting at Smith, killing him.Surveillance camera captured the sound of the incident where a short struggle can be heard before a single gun shot is fired.Smith's mother said she is broken by her son's loss and did not want to be identified for her own safety.She remembers him as being very friendly and always smiling.Investigators say they don't have a motive for the shooting and no arrests have been made.Deputies are asking community members to review their surveillance cameras.If you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at (713) 222-TIPS.

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FEMA applications open for Imelda victims

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency will be offering assistance to residents affected by Tropical Storm Imelda.Applications for FEMA Individual Assistance for Imelda recovery open Sunday, October 6.FEMA help comes in a variety of forms for home owners, certain types of renters, and businesses in Harris County.The application will be open until February 28, 2021.FEMA assistance cannot duplicate the assistance you receive from your insurance company, but you may receive assistance for items not covered by insurance.You must apply online at disasterassistance.gov . Type in your address to see what kind of aid is available in your area.The application requires your Social Security number or the SSN of a minor child in the household who is a U.S. Citizen, non-citizen national or qualified alien, annual household income, contact information (phone number, mailing address, email address, and damaged home address), insurance information (coverage, insurance company name, etc. ), and bank account information (if you are eligible to receive financial assistance, the money can be deposited in your account).After you complete your application, FEMA will also complete a home inspection.If you qualify for a grant, FEMA will provide you a check by mail or a direct deposit into your checking or savings account and a letter describing how you are to use the money.If you are denied, FEMA will provide you a letter explaining why you did not qualify and an opportunity to appeal the decision.

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