- A multiday FBI operation aimed at rescuing a group of hostages in Houston culminated in a shootout between agents and at least one alleged culprit who was killed in the exchange.
- The FBI offered few details about the incident, excluding the number of agents, hostages and suspects involved. It said it conducted the operation to assist the Waller County Sheriff’s Office.
- “At this point in time, all the hostages have been safely rescued, no FBI agents are injured, and one individual is deceased,” the FBI’s Houston office wrote in a statement. “In the interest of protecting the investigation’s integrity, we cannot provide any further details at this time.”
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