Dealership shooting in Texas kills 3
- Author: Phil Peters Jun 05, 2017,
Jun 05, 2017, 8:10
A wanted fugitive from Minnesota is dead after a shootout with bounty hunters at a vehicle dealership in Texas, and the end of the confrontation was caught on camera.
Hutchinson had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a first degree drug charge from the Hennepin County Sherriff's Office in Minneapolis. Hutchinson tried to pull a gun from his waistband and all three went for it.
Similarly, Bernal and Garcia didn't follow standard bounty hunter protocol, says Michael Phariss, the division chief of Texas Response Group, a private security and investigations firm in Carrollton.
The bounty hunters shot back in an exchange of gunfire that lasted about six seconds and 20 shots, according to the Morning News.
Three people are dead following a surreal gun battle yesterday evening at the Nissan Dealership in Greenville.
But Sanchez said the investigators should have shot Hutchinson when he reached for his gun because it was clear he meant to use it.
At about 7:20 p.m., officers responded to a report of multiple gunshots at Nissan of Greenville at 6403 Interstate 30, which is about 45 miles northeast of Dallas.
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"We were told they were federal agents, so we didn't ask them to leave", said dealership owner Rick Ford.
Garcia was a licensed private investigator and Verbal was not.
Bernal and Garcia had traveled to Greenville from Corpus Christi to arrest Hutchinson.
"The target was potentially going to be in the Greenville area", Peters said.
Wes Bearden, legal counsel for TALI, said late Wednesday it was his understanding that Garcia was a licensed private investigator. He said he would've done things differently just knowing the basics of what happened.
"They didn't call the cops because I believe that if they cops had gotten involved they would have made the arrest and these two individuals wouldn't have gotten paid their bounty for getting the fugitive", Schulte said.