Vest Saves Life Of Officer During Northeast Houston Shooting That Left Suspect Dead | Abc13.com

He suffered a deep bruise and was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital. The Houston Policer Officers’ Union says he was released a few hours later. “We’re certainly grateful that officer Calhoun is going to be fine. He’s certainly going to be sore, but he has no broken bones, no rib fractures, no bullet penetrations,” McClelland said.

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Fitzpatrick had to play the entire first half in order to get enough reps for coach Bill O’Brien to feel comfortable taking him out. RUNNING BACKS/FULLBACKS (4) Jay Prosch Andre Brown didn’t get any carries against the Cardinals and has apparently slipped to fifth on the depth chart. Grimes leapfrogged him as soon as he returned off the non-football injury list and was one of the few bright spots in that first preseason game. O’Brien said Brown’s lack of playing time was a function of the Texans’ plan for the order of their running backs. Foster is still hurt, but the plan was to start Grimes, then play Blue, then Dennis Johnson and then Brown.

Car chase comes to crashing end in west Houston | abc13.com

Of course, Annette and Reagan also korden female daily have the same chest scar from open-heart surgery something they take great pride from. Now 10-year-olds, the girls are going into fourth grade Reagan at Frostwood Elementary and Annette at Bonnie Holland. They celebrated their birthdays together last week.

Initial reports state the chase started around 2pm when a Houston Police Department officer tried to pull over a black BMW on Synott, but the suspect took off, sparking a chase. The driver went along several neighborhoods before crashing about 12 minutes later in the 14900 block of Branch Forest. The suspect bailed out of the vehicle but authorities were able to gorden rumah detain him. We don’t know if anyone was injured.

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