DRIPPING SPRINGS, Texas — Hays County agents have detained three people connected in firing and policemen track on Saturday night. What kind of mentality nowadays teens are carrying no one can even understand. They are the future of the nation, but sitting ideally makes their brain house of the devil.
How they get guns illegally so that they use it to commit crimes. Crime can be from shooting police ends up taking someone’s life. And these types of crime is increasing day by day. Here is the same case for the shake of enjoyment 3 people shooted on deputies’ patrol car that lead them to chase the scoundrels.
Shooting From Inside Of Car:
On Saturday, at almost 9:30 p.m. an agent stretched over a 1999 red Toyota passenger car in the 700 blocks of Old Fitzhugh Road in Dripping Springs, Texas. The Hays County Sheriff’s Office stated that the car paused shortly before moving off.
While officials followed after the car, officials told that a passenger in the car shot a gun multiplied times in the region of a deputy’s patrol car. No officials were wounded in the gunfire. The sheriff’s office stated that the Toyota smashed near the junction of U.S. 281 and U.S. 290 in Blanco County.
3 Accused, Detained Behind The Bars:
One person in the car suspected as shooing was taken into confinement while two other persons in the car were capable of fleeing away. The Hays County Sheriff’s Office told that DPS was later on capable to discover and capture the other two defendants who ran away on foot.
The three defendants connected in the firing were recognized as Michael Villegas, Klarissa Soto, and Nathaniel Castro. As stated by the police, Villegas was the person apprehended at the crime scene, and Soto and Castro were the other two accused who ran away on foot.