Breaking: 3 Officers Shot in 10hr Standoff

3 Officers Shot in 10hr Standoff

A ten hour standoff resulting from a welfare check led to the shooting of three Texas police officers. Police responded to a home in Flower Mound, Texas, after receiving reports of a resident threatening to take their own life. The officers were shot almost immediately after arriving on the scene.


Following the ten hour standoff, Bryan Hucabee, 60, was charged with three counts of felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

According to a statement from Flower Mound Police Department Chief Andy Kancel, “at approximately 8:05 p.m. the suspect fired on them from inside the home, striking three Flower Mound police officers. Officers did return fire before retreating to the perimeter.”

Watch Kancel’s statement here:

The standoff continued after the officers were shot, as authorities utilized drones and even sent a robot in to monitor the situation. According to officers, the suspect fired several rounds at the robot through the front door.

Hucabee finally surrendered at 5:32 a.m. after tear gas was deployed by the SWAT team.

Condition of the Injured Officers

One officer suffered only minor injuries, while the other two were hospitalized and in stable condition.

The Flower Mound Police Department provided an update about the condition of the officers in a post on Twitter, writing: “Thank you for the outpouring of support, thoughts & prayers. The 2 officers who were transported to the hospital have been released & all 3 are doing well. Termaine Dr. is still an active scene. Avoid the area. We are still working toward a peaceful resolution.”

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