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Intoxicated Driver

HOUSTON, TX – Early this morning a citizen called in a report of a suspected drunk driver on the 9200 block of Long Point road around 2:30 a.m. 

The citizen decided to trail the driver until authorities arrived. Upon pursuit they witnessed shots being fired from the other individuals vehicle.

Authorities arrived and were able to locate both the citizen and two intoxicated suspects who had run into a business nearby shortly after firing their weapons.

HPD retrieved gun cases from their car. Both suspects were taken into custody, one was arrested for possession of a weapon. 

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