Man Critical After Being Shot Near Humble in Harris County

A man was reportedly shot multiple times on Arbor Trails Drive near Humble on Saturday morning and is in critical condition. According to reports from the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office, the unidentified man sustained multiple gunshot wounds on the same property where another fatal shooting incident occurred in 2019, nearly two years ago.

Photo credit: Twitter / Mark Herman

In the surveillance video provided by the victim’s neighbor, a vehicle was seen parked on the street earlier. Moments later, the witness said they heard gunshots, followed by the voices of the screaming man, Click 2 Houston reported.

The neighbor, identified as Sylvester Johnson, also said that he saw the victim as he was being taken away on a stretcher. “Before the officers and all of them left, they took him to the hospital,” said Johnson. “He was in surgery, and from last we heard, he was doing ok.”

Police said the unnamed victim was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Investigators have reported that the property was already taped off by the deputies who responded after they received the reports of the shooting in the area. 

They did not say whether the new incident is related to the 2019 shooting on the same property. The authorities did not reveal any information regarding the suspect. No other information about an arrest was revealed as the investigation continues.

Meanwhile, Mark Herman from the Harris County Constable’s Office also posted about the incident on Twitter. His post said that a male victim Who sustained multiple gunshot wounds was indeed picked up by the EMS  in the 3600 block of Arbor Trails. He also announced that the authorities are still investigating the incident.

Photo credit: Twitter/Mark Herman

His post read: “Heavy police presence in the 3600 block of Arbor Trails. Constable Deputies are investigating a shooting.  A male victim has been transported to a hospital by EMS in critical condition after being shot multiple times. Investigation continues.”