Houston Parking Lot is Shot at by a Gunman, Leaving 6 People Injured

In the early hours of Sunday morning, at least one shooter opened fire on a busy parking lot in Houston, injuring at least six people, according to police.

At a press conference, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said the incident occurred in the 6000 block of Richmond Avenue in front of the Tabu restaurant and bar.

“There was some kind of disturbance inside the club that came out into the parking lot,” Finner said.

After receiving a 911 call alerting them to the gunshot, police responded and started providing first aid before the victims were taken to nearby hospitals, according to Finner. After surgery, one of the victims is still in critical condition, while the others are in stable condition.

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“Somebody fired into a crowded parking lot,” Finner said. “It makes no sense to fire into a crowded parking lot. No doubt about it, we’re going to find out who did it and hold them accountable.”

Off-duty constables and sheriff’s deputies were “working an extra job” at the club, according to Finner, and they were providing testimony to police investigators. Additionally, there are security cameras in this area, which will be used in the inquiry.

“Just a bit of advice, it is so smart to leave the clubs and the bars before it closes,” Finner added, adding, “We want people to get out and have a good time at the same time, be smart.”There are no suspects in custody, and police are seeking tips and information.

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“They’ve had problems here before, so we’re going to look into that and ensure we’re doing everything we can, ” Finner said.

According to Finner, authorities initially believed there was also a casualty from a stabbing, but it was glass from the shooting.

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