Suspect fires multiple rounds, throws incendiary device during standoff in Texas, officials say

  • Source: WFAA-TV ABC 8 Dallas
  • Published: 06/24/2022 12:00 AM

VIDEO: A standoff has ended after a suspect opened fire at law enforcement and started a fire at a property in northwest Tarrant County, officials say. Just before 9:30 a.m., the Tarrant County Sheriff's Office says deputies arrived at a home in the 500 block of Indian Creek Road to serve a felony warrant. As deputies were moving toward the home, the suspect began firing multiple rounds from multiple sides of the home, officials say. Deputies then moved into a defensive position in effort to negotiate with the suspect, and SWAT was called to the scene. Terry Rosanky told WFAA she saw it all unfold. "It sound like pop, pop, pop," Rosanky said. "They went up and evidently and approached him and he shot at them four or five times and all hell broke loose." Officials say the suspect continued to fire rounds, and appeared to drop incendiary devices on the front porch of the home – sparking a fire that engulfed several vehicles located at the property.


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