Jun 11, 2021
Son Kills Mother, Then Self, Stabs Family Dog Who Survives To Later Apply For K-9 Duty
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FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – When Fulshear police found little Hurley at the scene of a murder-suicide one year ago, they thought the dog was dead. A son had killed his mother, then stabbed the family pet before commiting suicide.
Living her best second life, Hurley is a survivor. (credit: Fulshear Police Department)
Officers discovered Hurley severely injured, motionless on the floor.READ MORE: Rescuers Fight Current To Reach Group Before Their Boat Goes Over The Edge Of A Texas Dam
She was transported to All Pets Animal Hospital in Katy where Dr. Patrick Choyce performed extensive surgeries to save Hurley’s life. After rehab and numerous rounds of medication, she pulled through. Still in need of “a lot of love and care,” Hurley next went to Waggin Tails Pet Ranch in Fulshear to heal.
And now, one year later, the victim’s nephew brought Hurley to the police station for an emotional reunion. She scurried around, super excited giving kisses. And, she even dropped off a K-9 application. Sure she’s a bit squattier and older than the average
Belgian Malinois K-9 candidate, but what she lacks in stature Hurley makes up for in spirit.
“We are seriously considering it, as she is one tough dog,” the department shared on their Facebook page.
Fulshear is about 4 hours south from Dallas.
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Armed Federales Approach Off-Duty Border Patrol Agent Fishing With Family Along Rio Grande River
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It happened on June 22 on the river near the Lago del Rio off Mines Road. The men brandished their weapons at the agent and his family as they proceeded to return to Mexico. The agent was in plain clothes and did not identify himself as a Border Patrol agent. Neither he nor his family were harmed.
“Border Security is National Security. Yesterday, an off-duty Border Patrol agent and his family were fishing along the Rio Grande River. They were encountered by three armed individuals dressed in camouflage who illegally entered the United States. They were carrying small backpacks, which we presume were hard narcotics. The armed men were surprised and brandished their firearms as they returned to Mexico. Mexican authorities were notified,” said Deputy Chief Patrol Agent Carl E. Landrum.