Off-Duty Police Officers Stop Gunman from Mass Attack in Houston Nightclub Shooting

Off-Duty Police Officers Stop Gunman from Mass Attack in Houston Nightclub Shooting


An off-duty police officer shot and killed a gunman after shots were fired early Monday in a Houston nightclub.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted that some of his deputies were working security, off-duty, at Clé, when shots rang out.

The gunman was killed by an off-duty deputy, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said early Monday, according to NBC.

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One other person was killed and two others injured.

One of those injured was treated and released after being shot in the leg.

The other wounded individual suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was in critical condition.

The incident took place at 1:21 a.m.

Police said it was unclear Monday who had shot the other three people, but said it was definitely not the deputy.

According to KRIV-TV, police are not certain if there were other shooters in the club.

Finner called the shooting a “difficult scene with a lot of moving parts.”

“It’s very difficult because the club was very

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