Three Police officers are OK after being hit by gunfire Wednesday night. The man associated with shooting them surrendered Thursday morning.
Police showed up at home in Flower Mound around 8 p.m. after a lady said her partner was suicidal and he had weapons in their home, which is close to Long Prairie and Cross Timbers streets.
The three officials moved toward the front entryway, and police said that is the point at which the man started shooting. The officials brought fire back.
A shot hit the glass of one of the official's safeguards, cutting his face. Another was shot in the chest, yet he was wearing a body covering. A third projectile touched the neck of the third official.
One of the officials was treated at the scene. The other two were taken to the emergency clinic yet were delivered for the time being.
The Flower Mound Police Department said they are competent officials with strategic preparation.
"Simply the overflowing of help from our neighborhood organizations, that has been astounding and every one of the good wishes from everybody in the Metroplex contemplating our officials and appealing to God for our officials. We truly like that help," said Sgt. Jason Rachal
Mediators attempted to persuade the man to give up for the duration of the evening. Police said he shot his weapon on a few different occasions during the stalemate.
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