Houston Police Officers Shoot Suspect Who Fired Shots At Them

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Houston, Texas — Houston Police Department released body-worn camera footage of a shooting that killed a suspect on May 18 in northeast Houston. The shooting happened around 7:45 p.m. May 18 near the intersection of Cheeves Drive and Heath Street in the East Little York neighborhood, according to the Houston Police Department. Police identified the man who was killed by officers as Deven Nnawuchi. HPD patrol officers responded to an report of a stolen vehicle at a residence at 11100 Lera Road. A female told officers her boyfriend (Nnawuchi) was behaving erratically while they were in her vehicle and repeatedly pointed a gun at her daughters. Nnawuchi then kicked his girlfriend and her daughters out of her 2008 black Chevrolet Tahoe and fled the location.

As officers arrived on scene and were conducting their investigation, Nnawuchi returned, driving his girlfriend’s Tahoe. When Nnawuchi saw the officers, he fled. A description of the vehicle was broadcast on police radios and nearby officers located the vehicle traveling northbound on Cheeves Drive. Nnawuchi then accelerated the Tahoe and intentionally struck Officer Salinas’ patrol vehicle, causing damage to both vehicles. Officer Salinas reversed his patrol vehicle to create distance as Nnawuchi drove the Tahoe into a nearby yard at the intersection. Nnawuchi exited his vehicle and fired shots at Officer Salinas. Officer Donohue then arrived in his patrol vehicle and Nnawuchi also pointed his weapon at the officer.

Officer Donahue discharged his duty weapon at Nnawuchi, but it is unknown if Nnawuchi was struck at that time. Nnawuchi then fled on foot westbound on Heath Street, while pointing the gun at officers and refusing to comply with officers’ commands to drop his weapon. Both Officers Salinas and Donohue discharged their duty weapons and struck Nnawuchi. Officers immediately provided medical assistance until Houston Fire Department paramedics arrived and transported Nnawuchi to Ben Taub General Hospital, where he was pronounced deceased. Officer Salinas was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries where he was treated and released.

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Timestamps:
0:00 – Bodycam: Officer Donahue
5:03 – Bodycam: Officer Salinas
9:28 – Bodycam: Officer Curtis

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27 thoughts on “Houston Police Officers Shoot Suspect Who Fired Shots At Them

  1. The guy was full of lead and still managed to put up a pretty good fight towards the officers trying to cuff him! I'm actually kind of surprised that the suspect died (after that resistance shown). Thankfully he did die, or else that girlfriend and/or her kids would have dead as soon as he was released from custody.

  2. Officer salinas deserves an award or something. His car got rammed he kicked the door open ran towards the guy who started firing at him and he still ran towards him engaging with fire

  3. Ofc Salinas deserves a promotion. Gets hit head on, airbags deploy. He kicks door open, finds glasses and runs too and engages threat. Halts fire when suspect is down and remains in control and professional the entire time. This man is a meat eater. Great job dude!

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