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Store owner shot by deputy after opening fire during burglary misunderstanding, HCSO says

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COUNTRY Harris, Texas (KTRK) – A burglary and call the store ended with the deputy shooting at them on Ralph Culver Cake with Cicero County in the northwest.

And the supply of equipment to the trucking shooting around 11:45 Monday afternoon and, if so many thanks to the store owner will not turn deputy a shot to each other.

The supply of burglaries to say in public that it receives from the Lord’s calling them, I see the man who had a business of her own house, feed.

The store owner arrived at the scene, he is unaware that he was in business Cicero County deputy sheriff.

To him, was in favor of the Lord, they saw the heaps, and it was counted, according to the coming of a thief in the HCSO.

The carriage is also the owner of the clothing store to say publicly reported descriptions and burglar, dressed in a black male and a white shirt.

Investigators said the owner of a fire in a shot which was first thought that deputy burglar.

The deputy’s where the fire hit in the shoulder and at the age of 72.

“The car is blacked out, because death was deputy to the burglary call:” The major Susan Cotter said. “So for a burglar who liked deputy.”

Northwest Houston, the owner transported to hospital in a stable condition. Those who wait for the full recovery to do this, to say in public.

The deputy involved was not injured, Cotter said.

In the meantime, in the case of a suspicion of, not in ditches have I found.

According to several trucking Cotter had entered the supply of the equipment.

“Can you tell me what he saw? ‘ he asked in a radio dispatcher novelties. “Yeah, he was walking toward me. I just started firing and the task is checked,” deputy responded.

The deputy involved in the shooting 27 years, and this part of four years, and the HCSO.

Or do not choose to be in the investigation of exactly what they are happened to us.

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