A crowd in Texas stoned to death a murder suspect who opened fire on them moments earlier.
The suspect killed one person in Fort Worth, Texas, and the group ultimately killed the suspect using at least one landscaping brick, according to police.
On July 26 at approximately 1 a.m., Fort Worth police officers responded to a shooting call in the 5600 block of Shiloh Drive.
A small gathering was taking place in the backyard of the residence when one of the attendees became upset and left the gathering, according to Fort Worth police.
The attendee returned with another person, went to the backyard and became got into an argument with multiple people, according to Fort Worth police. The attendee shot at least one person, causing a non-life-threatening injury.
The other attendees at the party then gave chase to the shooter, cops say.
The shooter turned and fired at other people, and the group picked up concrete landscaping bricks and started “throwing them” at the shooter.
At some point, the shooter was caught by the group and either fell or was taken to the ground.
The shooter continued to shoot at the group, striking at least two additional victims, according to police. A victim was pronounced dead at the scene and another was transported to an area hospital with a non-life-threatening gunshot injury.
The shooter was struck multiple times with at least one landscaping brick and was pronounced dead at the scene, police say.
Police recovered a handgun thought to be the one used by the shooter at the crime scene. Police continue to investigate the incident.