22 Year Old Shoots Father With Shotgun In County Near Amarillo
Yesterday, a tragic shooting incident shook the community of Hutchinson County, leaving one person dead and sparking a manhunt for the suspect. The authorities have confirmed that the suspect, 22-year-old Tayber Michael, is in custody,
The incident was reported to emergency services when a 911 call came in, around 2:30 P.M. stating that a 22-year-old male had allegedly shot his father with a sawed-off shotgun on County Line Rd. Upon arrival at the scene, first responders found the victim pronounced dead. The suspect had fled the scene, prompting a swift and intense search operation by law enforcement.
Throughout the day, police, fire, and EMS units were actively involved in locating Tayber Michael, who was described as a white male, approximately 130 lbs, with a goatee, wearing red shorts, and without a shirt. A sighting of the suspect was reported as he was spotted walking and carrying a shirt, further fueling concerns in the nearby town of Fritch.
Residents were warned to avoid the area and stay vigilant as the authorities carried out their search for the armed suspect. The situation remained tense, with the suspect's exact location remaining unknown for hours.
Fortunately, as the day progressed, law enforcement managed to apprehend Tayber Michael, bringing the manhunt to a successful conclusion. The exact circumstances and motives behind the shooting are still unknown, however.
As the investigation unfolds, authorities will continue to gather evidence and interview witnesses to determine the circumstances surrounding this tragic incident. The motive behind the shooting remains unclear at this time.
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