HOUSTON (FOX 26) - A man terrorized a West Houston neighborhood on Sunday morning, claiming the life of one man, and injuring several others.
Houston police received the call at 10:15 am of shots being fired on Memorial Drive.
The suspect opened fire at an auto detailing shop, killing 56-year-old Eugene Linscomb.
Afterward, the suspect went on a rampage -- shooting people in the streets and at cars passing by.
Stray bullets also struck a gas station, which caused it to go up in flames.
When authorities arrived the suspect started shooting rounds at police units and even managed to hit the police helicopter 5 times.
One deputy was shot in the hand, and another deputy was saved by his vest.
Thankfully, all those officers survived. A member from the Houston SWAT team eventually took the suspect out, killing him at the scene.
A pistol and an AR-15 were discovered.
There was a second man at the scene who was armed, and was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds.