Constable Brian Bachmann Killed Serving Eviction Paperwork on College Station TX Home, Suspect Also Killed

constable brian bachmann Constable Brian Bachmann Killed Serving Eviction Paperwork on College Station TX Home, Suspect Also Killed

Constable Brian Bachmann Killed Performing Eviction on College Station TX Home, Suspect Also Killed

FALLEN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER: Constable Brian Bachmann killed while serving eviction paperwork at a home owned by Texas A&M University professor Dr. Harry Jones, in College Station Monday afternoon. The suspect, whose name hasn’t been disclosed, also died after shooting several others, The Eagle reports. A civilian was also killed in the shooting.

At least five people were taken to the College Station Medical Center but it wasn’t known if all were gunshot victims; a woman was taken to St. Joseph in Bryan. Her condition was listed as “unknown.”

The incident appears to have unfolded about 12:15 p.m. at a house in the historical district of the city close to George Bush Drive. The Eagle’s police scanner early on picked up dispatchers saying that two officers were wounded. Source

Constable Bachmann had served as the elected constable of Brazos County Precinct 1 for 13 years and had served in law enforcement for a total of 20 years. He is survived by his wife and children, Officer Down Memorial Page reports.

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