Driver killed during road-rage shooting in north Houston; search for suspects underway: HPD
HOUSTON – Houston police said they are investigating a road rage shooting that left a man dead in north Houston Sunday. Officers said the shooting happened at 10:20 p.m. in the 700 block of North Loop West. When officers arrived at the scene, investigators said they found a 21-year-old man who had been shot. According to investigators, the shooting stemmed from a road rage incident. Police said it is unknown if any of the two to three suspects were struck during the gunfire exchange.
'I was just stunned’: Couple targeted in road rage shooting in northeast Houston
HOUSTON – Twenty-one-year-old Stanley quit his warehouse job at Amazon a few months ago because he was worried about catching COVID-19. But even in the shock of the moment, his first thought was for his girlfriend, who was laying in the back seat. “I just was happy I was still living and I didn’t get hit with a bullet,” he said. Stanley described his assailant as a Hispanic man, about 6′1 inches tall, with tattoos on his arms. Police have a license number and description of the car, but still have not identified a suspect.
Woman, 8-year-old autistic son shot in suspected road rage incident near Gulf Freeway
HOUSTON A mother and her 8-year-old autistic son were injured after shots were fired into the familys car in a suspected road rage incident Sunday evening, police said. The shooting happened off North Featherwood Drive and Fuqua near the Gulf Freeway Sunday evening. Several bullets went through the vehicle, hitting Bustos in the shoulder and 8-year-old Dominic in the collarbone and hand. He said he was put in handcuffs and into the back of the squad car after Hilary and Dominic went into the ambulance. If you have any information call HPD Major Assaults and Family Violence Division at 713-308-8800 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.