Authorities: Suspect fatally shot during rescue of migrants


A suspect in the kidnapping of several migrant hostages in Houston has been shot and killed. Authorities say the incident began March 18th. Three migrants in a car were stopped in Waller county, Texas, and forced into another vehicle. It's believed their driver called 9-1-1, then came ransom demands and then video showing the hostages alive, but an elderly man was being beaten. The FBI was on the case and there were negotiations underway, says special agent James Smith on KTRK TV. One suspect was shot and killed. And a second suspect was taken into custody. He says two hostages were rescued from a motel in north Houston, but was tight lipped on additional details. I'm Jackie Quinn

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