Anna Bauman, Staff writer March 23, 2021Updated: March 23, 2021 2:31 p.m. A Harris County sheriff’s deputy shot a 72-year-old business owner who mistook him for a burglary suspect and fired shots late Monday, officials said. OnSceneTV A 72-year-old business owner fired shots at a Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy late Monday […]
A 72-year-old business owner fired shots at a Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputy late Monday after mistaking him for a burglary suspect, police said. The deputy returned gunfire, wounding the man in the shoulder.
The older man reported a burglary around 11:45 p.m. at his business on the 13000 block of Ralph Culver Road in northwest Harris County, said Susan Cotter, a major in the sheriff’s office. The owner was not on the premises but saw the burglar on his surveillance cameras.
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