|Shootout Mayhem at Family Dollar Shop in Houston|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Feb 16, 2014, 07:25 PM|
Is it time to talk about hitting the target on family values? A Family Dollar store in Houston was the location for an intense shootout between cops and robbers. Although the police officers failed to hit their intended targets, they eventually arrested three robbery suspects.
According to the Houston Chronicle, "Police arrested three suspects after robbers exchanged gunfire with officers during a store holdup in northwest Houston. The suspects — identified by police as Edward Jamison, 19, Patrick Evans, 19 and 17-year-old Stefan Carrington — were arrested Friday night after a shootout with officers during a store holdup in northwest Houston. All three men were charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to court records."
As a matter of fact, the robbery suspects were able to flee on foot from the Family Dollar shop under a hail of bullets.
As reported by the Houston Chronicle, "The suspects were arrested after a shootout with officers during a store holdup in northwest Houston. The gunbattle happened at about 7:45 p.m. during a robbery at a Family Dollar store in the 3400 block of West Little York. The gunmen fled and eluded police for about two hours until their capture."
Perhaps Houston police officers should return to the gun range to learn how to shoot their targets.
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