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Accused Burglar Dies in Custody in Harris County After Complaining of Shortness of Breath

A suspected burglar died while in custody in Harris County, Texas, after complaining of experiencing shortness of breath.

The incident occurred in Northwest Terrace County when the accused and two other individuals broke into a home during the night.

The victim, who was out of town, was alerted to the break-in by a home security system and promptly notified the police.

Deputies from Precinct 4 arrived at the scene and spotted three men walking down the street, carrying stolen items from the burglarized residence.

As the deputies approached, the suspects fled, and a foot chase ensued.

While two of the suspects managed to escape, one suspect in his early 20s sought refuge in a neighboring backyard.

A deputy deployed a Taser to apprehend the suspect, leading to a struggle between them.

The apprehended suspect began complaining that he couldn’t breathe and had lost sensation in his legs.

Soon afterward, he lost consciousness.

Paramedics at the scene administered CPR and rushed him to a nearby hospital, but he was ultimately pronounced dead.

Investigations are currently underway to determine the cause of the suspect’s death as well as the details surrounding the burglary.

Although it is yet to be established whether the targeted home was specifically chosen, no other homes in the vicinity were reported to have been burglarized.

Authorities are urging anyone with information about the incident or the whereabouts of the two remaining suspects, described only as wearing dark clothing, to contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office or Houston Crime Stoppers.

The tragic outcome of this incident highlights the need for a thorough examination of the circumstances leading to the suspect’s death, ensuring transparency and justice in the handling of the case.

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