4 dead after multiple shootings across Houston area overnight

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A violent night across the City of Houston involved six different shootings that ended with four people dead.

One man was shot and killed next to his car in the Third Ward.

Neighbors near St. Charles and Winbern heard the shots around 12:30 a.m. and then found the man dead. Police say no one saw the shooter.



A man in southeast Houston was shot to death just a few feet away from his 4-year-old son.

Police say someone knocked on the victim's door, and when he answered, they opened fire.

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The victim's roommate returned fire but the suspects got away.

The child was not hurt.



Another man was killed after meeting with a group of people at a Food Mart in northwest Harris County.

Deputies say the victim was shot outside of a store on West Road and Easton Commons.

Police say the suspects got away in a newer model, white SUV, possibly an Acura.



The last deadly shooting took place in the Second Ward.

A hispanic man was shot and killed near a gas station on Lockwood near Harrisburg around 6 p.m.

Deputies say they are getting conflicting information about exactly what happened.



A 16-year-old is expected to survive after being shot last night at an apartment complex in southeast Houston.

It happened just before 10:30 p.m. on Selinsky Road and Sesame.

HPD has yet to release information on the circumstances of the shooting.

Finally, a man was shot in the head around 11 p.m. on Lyons Road near Lockwood. He was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
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