Police say that a man fatally shoots 2 officers and a woman in North Texas.

Police said that a gunman shot and killed two people, inflicting injuries to three officers and another resident of Fort Worth on Saturday night.

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04 July 2022 Monday 10:19
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Police say that a man fatally shoots 2 officers and a woman in North Texas.

Police said that a gunman shot and killed two people, inflicting injuries to three officers and another resident of Fort Worth on Saturday night.

Police said that a man and woman were both killed, and that an "elderly" female called in to report the incident sustained injuries not believed to be life-threatening.

Police identified Collin Davis (33), and Amber Tsai (32) as the victims on Sunday. The investigation also includes possible relationships between the victims and the shooter.

Police said that the motive was not known.

Sunday's identification of the injured officers was made by Cpl. Officer Zach Tabler and Officer Tim Barton were also injured. Haltom City Police Sergeant. Rick Alexander stated.

Tabler was injured in his leg, arm, and hand. He was able to recover after surgery, Haltom City Police Chief Cody Phillips stated.

Barton was released from the hospital after being treated for a leg injury. Phillips stated that Avila had suffered injuries to her legs and was currently awaiting surgery.

Rex Phelps, the City Manager, described the attack as an ambush.

He said, "Our officers' actions were courageous, and heroic as they engaged with the suspect, whom they ambushed as they arrived on site."

According to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth, police were alerted about the shooting at 6:45 p.m. on Saturday.

The station reported that a lengthy manhunt was launched to find the shooter. Residents in the area were advised not to leave their homes.

According to police, the suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot injury.

Alexander stated Saturday that he had a military-style rifle and a handgun near his arm.

He claimed that it seemed officers had fired back. It was not clear whether any rounds hit the suspect.

Police identified Edward Freyman (28), as the suspect on Sunday.

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