Texas Man Allegedly Murders His Father, Then Carjacks Driver In Wild Escape Attempt

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Police in Houston responded to a call from a woman who reported hearing a gunshot following an argument between her son and father.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered the father dead from a gunshot wound and that the son had fled. Roughly 10 minutes later, police were notified of an individual attempting to carjack parents dropping off their children at Buffalo Creek Elementary School.

The suspect was seen trying unsuccessfully to gain entry into the school before running away. Subsequently, surveillance footage captured the moment an armed man carjacked a bystander’s vehicle while being pursued by police for his alleged involvement in the shooting and murder of his father.

Later, when confronted by law enforcement personnel, he was shot and killed after firing at them.

Police reported that the same man later carjacked two other vehicles in an attempt to evade police. Surveillance video captured one of those incidents, which showed the man exiting one vehicle and banging on the windows of another as a police officer drove up behind him.

The man was able to remove the driver from his car and drive away as the officer exited his vehicle and pursued him. Eventually, the suspect reached a dead end on Campbell Road, exited his vehicle, and fired a shot at the police officer.

The officer responded with fire that ultimately resulted in the death of the suspect.

Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said they were still investigating the motivation for the crime spree but added that the suspect had a prior criminal history.

“He has a very lengthy criminal history, and in all likelihood should have been in prison,” said Finner. “But instead he’s out walking the streets, committing crimes, and as a result, many lives are damaged and obviously his father is dead.”

KHOU-TV was able to talk to one of the victims of the carjacking named Mike Noble.

“So I pulled over to get out of the way, next thing I know is, I saw an individual pull up behind me and jumped out of his car with a gun pointed at me and demanded I get out of the car,” Noble said.

He said that he did as he was told and hid in a ditch.

“I’m very grateful I’m alive right now. Grateful to the police that handled the situation,” he added.


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