During a police pursuit in Central Texas, the man who was suspected of killing two individuals early on Sunday morning, one of whom was a police officer, died from a gunshot wound that he inflicted on himself, according to the police in Bryan.
At this moment, no names have been made public, but the suspect was broadcasting live on Facebook when he took his own life at approximately 8:30 in the morning between Waco and Hillsboro.
According to the reports of the police, the incident took place in the 1100 block of Crossing Drive, which is located close to Leonard Road.
According to a representative for the local police department, officers were already present at the residence to investigate a disturbance when the suspect came back to the scene and started shooting. Both the resident who was struck and the officer who responded to the scene suffered relatively minor injuries.
Following his flight from the site, the suspect was observed driving his SUV on State Route 6 to the north of Riesel. The motorist eluded capture and shot at the troopers while they were pursuing him, despite the fact that the troops attempted to stop him.
The pursuit continued onto northbound Interstate 35, where the suspect eventually shot and killed himself near mile marker 364 south of Hillsboro. At this point in time, a motive has not been established, and the inquiry is still underway.
Investigations into the chain of events that took place are being conducted by the Bryan Police Department, the Texas Rangers, and the Texas Department of Public Safety, respectively.
Anyone who may have information relevant to this inquiry is urged to contact the Bryan Police Department at the following number: 979-209-5300.
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