North Richland Hills Homicide Suspect Shot Dead in Southlake

North Richland Hills Homicide Suspect Shot Dead in Southlake

Police in Southlake shot and killed a man they claim was holding a pistol at them during a traffic stop and was wanted in connection with a murder that happened on Monday in North Richland Hills.

Monday afternoon, North Richland Hills Police identified a person of interest in a homicide there, and when they called Southlake Police for assistance, Chief of Police James Brandon stated his men responded.

In a parking lot of a retail complex next to Carroll Avenue in the 1200 block of Texas 114’s eastbound service road, the Southlake police officers pulled over the man’s automobile. Brandon claims that the driver of the automobile jumped out and pointed a gun at the policemen.

Four officers fired their weapons, striking the victim. According to a news release from Southlake police, he was transferred to a hospital where he later passed away from his wounds.

His identity has not yet been made public.

Also not immediately known were the cops who fired the shot. With police experience ranging from eight to 31 years, Captain, Sergeant, Corporal, and Officer are among their ranks, according to Brandon. According to the departmental procedure, all four were put on administrative leave until the investigations were finished.

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Although Brandon reported the man had a gun, it was unclear whether he had fired on the police. Witnesses informed NBC 5 that they saw police officers doing CPR on the shot victim. The driver’s side door of the automobile was open, and there was a considerable amount of blood on the pavement nearby. That door had broken glass and multiple bullet holes.

Police have warned folks to stay away from the area because the Texas 114 eastbound service road is closed at Carroll Avenue. Brandon stated that the inquiry was in its early stages and that not many other details were known as of Monday afternoon.


The guy who was shot by Southlake police on Monday afternoon, according to North Richland Hills police, was a person of interest in a fatal shooting that occurred in their community at around 12:30 p.m. close to Harwood and Weyland.

According to North Richland Hills Police, a guy was shot in a parking lot close to the 1600 block of Weyland Drive, and the shooter then fled the scene in a four-door grey or silver sedan.

Although they provided no additional information regarding the culprit or how they identified him, NRHPD claimed to have identified a 28-year-old person of interest in the incident and had contacted the Southlake Police Department.

Information on the individual killed in North Richland Hills has not yet been made public by the investigators. In a statement released by NRH Police on Monday afternoon, they stated that their criminal investigations division “continues to cooperate closely with the investigators from the Southlake Police Department to obtain any evidence that may be linked to the homicide investigation.”

The Southlake Police would provide any more details about the police shooting in Southlake that included the person of interest, according to North Richland Hills Police.