Man shot in stomach after suspect reportedly tries to take his phoneA man was shot in the stomach after a person allegedly tried to steal his phone Friday night in north Houston, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office and a witness on scene. Deputies from the Harris County Sheriff's Office arrived around 11:20 p.m. at the 2400 block of William Tell to find the man with a gunshot wound in the lower abdomen, said HSCO Capt. Michael Koteras. The man was taken to a local hospital.
A man was shot and killed early Saturday near a shopping center in southwest Houston, according to the Houston Police Department. The shooting occurred around 6 a.m. in the 6340 block of Windswept Lane, police said. It is unclear what led to the shooting, but it appears no one else was injured. Police are currently investigating and could not provide any further details.
A woman was found shot in the shoulder early Saturday at a northwest Houston apartment complex, according to the Houston Police Department. Officers found the woman around 1 a.m. in the 9600 block of West Montgomery Road at the Garden City Apartments, said HPD Detective Sean Ragsdale. Ragsdale said the shooting happened at another location. The suspect fled and has not been taken into custody.
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Selecting a term
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