DPS ID’d man killed by Fort Worth police
Fort Worth, Texas – The identity of the shooter who was shot and killed by police officers from Fort Worth on Tuesday in Parker County has been released by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
The 30-year-old Raymundo Duran II was wanted for felony domestic violence, and a warrant was out for his arrest.
Duran was tracked down in a rural area of Parker County after a search conducted on Tuesday night by the Fugitive Unit of the Fort Worth Police Department as well as the Fugitive Task Force of the United States Marshals Service.
Reports say that the police tried to pull him over, but he didn’t stop and led them on a chase instead.
The DPS said that after Duran’s vehicle broke down, he took out a gun. The man was shot and killed by a police officer from Fort Worth.
An investigation into the incident is ongoing.