The police dog responsible for finding the suspect in the fatal Thanksgiving Day shooting of a Texas state trooper is being honored in social media posts across the state.
A Texas state trooper is dead after he was shot during a Thanksgiving traffic stop in East Texas. He then returned to the patrol unit after which the suspect fired multiple shots with a rifle at him, killing him on the scene.
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was shot and killed during a traffic stop Thursday afternoon on I-45 in Freestone County near Fairfield.
Black is a black male, 5 feet, 11 inches tall and weighs 175 pounds.
A report by KBTX, citing police scanner traffic, said two women may have been in the suspect's vehicle when the incident happened.
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Authorities say Black is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries following his apprehension.
Texas DPS identified the trooper as 41-year-old Damon Allen who joined the department in 2002.
Incident occurred in Freestone County at approximately 4:00 PM south of Fairfield on I-45. Jail officials confirm he has been before the magistrate and is officially charged.
Following news of the trooper's death, Waller County Sherrif's Office said on Facebook that they were saddened by the death of a "brother".
The trooper killed hasn't been identified at this time. The search for the suspect was focused in that area north of Hwy 290 and west of Prairie View A&M University. Abbott also expressed his "most honest condolences" to the trooper's family.