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Two people were killed and two others injured in a shooting at an apartment building near Houston on Thanksgiving night, authorities said. An adult injured in the shooting is in critical condition.
Houston police are continuing to investigate the crime scene at Block 1500 of Baggett Lane in Spring Branch, where four people, including three adults and a teenager, were shot. The two surviving victims were transported to the hospital, Fox Houston reported.
HPD Deputy Chief Patricia Cantu said during a Thursday briefing that the family had just finished eating Thanksgiving together when the deceased's ex-husband walked in through the back door and opened fire on the family.
“The families celebrated, they just finished eating. The suspect, who is known to be the deceased woman's ex-husband, came in through the back door and just started shooting at people inside," Cantu said.
“Four other people were in the house. As soon as they heard the shots, they ran to the rooms to be safe," Cantu said. The suspect discharged several rounds during the rampage and reloaded the firearm at least once, the boss said.
The suspect fled the scene of the crime.
Police received a call at 9:18 p.m. about an ongoing shooting, and officers arrived at the scene five minutes later and found four people shot dead inside the home.
An adult man and woman were pronounced dead at the scene. A 15-year-old victim is in stable condition while the surviving adult male is in critical condition.
Police said they were unsure of the victims' relationship at the time, as the family invited friends outside of the family to the gathering.
"It is a very sad situation. It's Thanksgiving. People should celebrate with their families," Cantu said. She added, "We pray for the families."
The shooting was described as a "domestic incident".
A motive for the shooting was not immediately known.
Houston police later said the suspect turned himself in to the San Antonio Police Department the following day, November 25.
He is identified as Yonetsy Montriel Granado, 38, who is now charged with 4 felonies. Granado is being held in the Bexar County Jail.
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