Handcuffed suspect escapes from Houston police custody
A handcuffed suspect who escaped from police officers is back in custody after a brief manhunt in southwest Houston. Officers were called out to an apartment complex in the 6500 block of Dunlap Street shortly before 9 a.m. Details of the call were not immediately clear, but police say it had something to do with a stolen vehicle. At some point, an officer placed a man in handcuffs, but the suspect managed to escape – with handcuffs still around his wrists. Officers swarmed the area and eventually captured the man in another nearby apartment complex. What charges the man will face, if any, is not immediately clear. Jay R. Jordan covers breaking news in the Houston area.
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police sources have identified the suspect in custody forin North Philadelphia as 41-year-old Robert Jamieson. The shooting happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. at 22nd Street and Sedgley Avenue on Saturday.
Sources say Jamieson will be charged with murder and three counts of attempted murder.
Investigators say they recovered a 9mm Smith and Wesson handgun, which they say Jamieson was not permitted to carry.
Police say Jamieson has eight priors.
Jamieson, according to police, was walking up the street, randomly firing his gun as people exited a SEPTA bus. He first shot at a woman, but she was not struck. But he continued firing and fatally struck a 14-year-old girl.
“At the time people saw him already firing, I guess that in and of itself is not normal behavior,” Acting Philadelphia Police Commissioner Christine Coulter said. “Walking down the street, didn’t seem to be directing toward anybody — just the fact they were exiting the bus and [he was] firing in that direction.
“When police got to him, his gun was empty and they were able to apprehend him hiding behind a car.”
At last check, Jamieson is waiting to be arraigned.
CBS3’s Joe Holden contributed to this report.
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