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Harris County Constable Ron Hickman said Haskell had showed up at the Stay home "in the guise of a FedEx driver wearing a FedEx shirt."
Hickman said that after Haskell left the home, the injured teenage girl contacted authorities telling them the shooter was en route to shoot other family members.
Law enforcement personnel located Haskell’s car and a low-speed chase ensued, ending in a cul-de-sac, Hickman said. A standoff lasted more than three hours before Haskell exited the car, sank to his knees and surrendered.
Haskell had been en route to the home of his former wife’s parents, where she and the children have presumably been staying, said Harris County Constable Chief Deputy Jim Sumner for Precinct 4.
Authorities said they are not sure where Haskell had been living immediately before the shooting episode. His last known address was in San Diego, although he was driving a car with Texas license plates, Sumner said.
— Tribune reporter Jessica Miller contributed to this story.
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