KATY, TX (KTRK) -- A man suspected in a deadly shooting in Katy overnight has shot himself at a Sheriff's substation.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office confirms the 17-year-old man pulled a gun and shot himself in the head in front of his mom and a deputy. The man has died as a result of those injuries.
Deputies say the man was involved in a shooting off of Katy Briar Lane, near Morton Road and Madison Road in Katy.
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His mother had taken her son to the substation to turn himself in. That is when deputies say he pulled a gun and killed himself.
Detectives say a troubling love triangle may be motive for the shooting.
The shooting happened just after midnight. Two men allegedly shot and killed a Hispanic man in his early 20s, and then fled the scene in a car.
We talked to a neighbor who has lived here for 11 years.
He wasn't at home at the time of the shooting, but was shocked to find out about it.
"It's a very peaceful neighborhood. Everybody knows everybody else. We live just like a family, but i don't know what happened today," said neighbor Mohammad Qureshi.
There is no word on the second suspect. The victim has not been identified.
Alleged gunman kills himself outside Sheriff's substation after shooting in Katy