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Murder Suspect and Innocent Bystander Found Dead Inside Spring Apartment



UPDATE FROM MCSO: On November 15, 2019, at around 12 am the manhunt for Roderick Bowers led Montgomery County SWAT Deputies to an apartment in the Harmony Park Apartment Complex located at 2625 Harmony Park Crossing, Spring 77386. Multiple attempts were made using several different contact numbers for the resident of that particular apartment unit; however, none resulted in contact with the resident.

Shortly after 12:30 am Montgomery County SWAT attempted entry into the apartment to check the welfare of the resident at which time three shots were heard from inside the apartment. SWAT team members set up a perimeter around that particular unit and attempted contact with the occupants with no results. After a brief standoff, entry was made into the residence using a remote robot with camera at which time two bodies were found deceased inside. At this time, one of the deceased has been presumptively identified as Bowers. The other deceased individual has been identified as the 52-year-old white male resident. The victim’s name will not be released at this time pending notification of next of kin.

The scene was secured and the investigation is being conducted by Detectives with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Homicide/Violent Crimes unit and the Texas Rangers. Judge Beasley, Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace, ordered an autopsy to assist in the investigation. This is an active investigation and additional details will be provided when available.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victim here in Montgomery County as well as the victims in Gulfport Mississippi.

Spring, Texas – A police perimeter is set around the Harmony Park Apartments as police attempt to locate a wanted murder suspect.

This is happening in the 2600 block of Harmony Park Crossing near Rayford and the Grand Parkway (99).

The Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constables Office says that residents are urged to stay inside and out of the area.

Montgomery County Precinct 3 Constables, Houston Police Department, US Marshals, and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office are assisting in the search.

No residents are allowed to enter or exit the complex until further notice.


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