HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Houston Police Division officers try to find out who opened hearth in a busy parking zone that left one particular person lifeless late Saturday in southwest Houston.
On Dec. 31 at roughly 11:49 p.m., a blue Impala pushed by one man and a grey four-door sedan with 4 folks inside crossed paths on the Chimney Rock Street strip middle, HPD stated. staff.
In accordance with preliminary info from HPD, there was a disturbance earlier than the folks within the two automobiles opened hearth. The blue Impala then crashed right into a white BMW parked within the lot.
Authorities say a grey sedan fled the scene on Chimney Rock Street, made a U-turn, drove again, made extra U-turns to the scene after which drove off.
The person driving the blue Impala died on the scene.
At the moment, officers aren’t positive what the motive was.
Witnesses informed police that one of many potential suspects within the grey automotive was a black man sporting a black masks and had a tattoo on his proper arm from the elbow to the wrist. The opposite potential suspect within the sedan was a black male, between 18 and 20 years previous, with a skinny construct.
Anybody with details about this case is urged to name Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477) or Submit an internet tip.
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