Killeen police continue to investigate a shooting that has resulted in one man's death. Police responded to a call of shots fired just before 10:45 p.m. in the 2900 block of Cantabrian Drive. When officers arrived, they found a man lying in the road suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Justice of the Peace Claudia Brown declared the man dead on the scene just before midnight. We have a crew on the scene gathering more information right now--we'll post the information as it becomes available.
Temple Fire & rescue responded to a call of a fire around 10:20 p.m. Monday at Temple Furniture Store--located at 108 North Main Street. Thomas Pechal with Temple Fire & Rescue said units responding from a nearby station reported seeing flames from the three-story brick building, and the fire was under control around 10:35 p.m. There were not injuries. Pechal added the roof sustained minor damage, and the building's interior has smoke and water damage.
Harker Heights police investigating overnight carjacking
2017-09-12T08:50:41Z2017-09-12T08:50:41ZBy Vince Erickson, Anchor
(Source: Raycom Media)
HARKER HEIGHTS, TX (KXXV) -
Harker Heights police confirmed they're searching for a suspect in an overnight carjacking. Police got the call around 3 a.m., and say a man was held at gunpoint in the 500 block of Pan America Drive. The victim was not hurt, and the suspect fled the scene.
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