Houston, Texas has at least one person dead and another injured in the hospital from gun shot wounds in what Houston Police Department are calling a targeted murder with the dead victim being reported as the son of a politician from the Dominican Republic.

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Reports indicate that two vehicles pulled into the Chevron on South Wayside Drive just off of the Gulf Freeway in Southeast Houston Monday evening around 7. Three men began firing at two men who had just exited the convenience store, and were attempting to enter a black Cadillac SUV.

According to this Click2Houston article, the three gunmen arrived in a silver Dodge Charger and a silver Mercedes Benz, opened fire with multiple rounds each, and then immediately fled the area.

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Houston, Texas 'Targeted Murder' Suspects Now At Large

According to this Fox 26 Houston article, the man that died has been identified as 34 year old Luis Alfredo Pachecho. His father, Dominican Republic politician Alfredo Pachecho, shared on X that it was indeed his son who was shot in broad daylight.

Obviously right now there are far more questions than answers as all three suspects remain at large. If you have any information, you are asked to called the Houston Police Department's Homicide Division at 713-308-3600, or you can annonymously reach out to Crime Stoppers of Houston at their website, or by calling 713-222-TIPS.

It is a miracle more people were not injured with the shooting happening at such a busy time of the day for gas station traffic.

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