A 17-year-old Houston Astros fan was shot in the head in a previous outrageous incident on his way home with his father after Tuesday’s game, his father said.
David Javier Castro’s father ul Castro announced the death of his son in a Facebook post.
“Today they took away from us one of the softest spirits to walk on earth,” he writes Castro, and later added, “David will be missed by a world that hardly knows him. May God accept him and give peace to his soul. “
The post features several photos of David.
Meanwhile, Houston police are still searching for a suspect in the case. The shooting that killed police officer David Castro was shot from a white Buick four-door sedan driven by a black male suspect, Houston’s Acesparks 26 reported. It was not clear whether the driver was suspected of being armed.
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The incident began on Chartres Street, with the shooting taking place near McCarthy Street and Interstate 10 at around 11pm on Tuesday, police told Acesparks 26 after the game between the Astros and Auckland Athletics that evening. .
The shooting range is located 8 miles east of Minute Maid Rock, where he played ballgame.
Prior to the shooting, ul Castro was driving a pickup truck with his son and another on board, exchanging hand gestures with the driver of the Buick, police reported to the station.
The suspect then tracked the pickup for about five miles, resulting in several shots, police said. According to police, one of the bullets hit the head of a 17-year-old boy.
Neither the father nor the other ssenger was injured, Houston’s KTRK-TV reported.
David Castro was handed life support after being hospitalized, but eventually succumbed to his injuries, his mother said. said KTRK.
On Thursday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced on Twitter that the reward for information leading to the suspect’s arrest had been doubled to $ 10,000.