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Man Opens Door With AR And Nearly Gets Killed By HPD Officers

Published 8 months ago

Houston police are investigating an incident in which an HPD office fired his duty weapon at an armed suspect on December 29th, 2021 at 9202 Kindlewood Drive.


The suspect, Basel Khaled Al Rifai (A/m, 22), is charged with assault-family member and terroristic threat in Harris County Criminal Court #6.


HPD Officer A. Martinez, who discharged his duty weapon, was not injured in the incident. Officer Martinez is assigned to the Westside Patrol Division and was sworn in as an officer in March 2019.


HPD Special Investigations Unit Sergeant R. Flores and Detectives J. Turner, R. Anderson and N. Arellano reported:


HPD patrol officers responded the above address for a report of a family disturbance with a weapon and were met by a witness. The witness stated her friend was being held inside the residence by the husband, later identified as Al Rifai, who was armed with a gun. The witness told officers she also had been threatened by Al Rifai.


Officers knocked on the door of the residence and announced themselves. Al Rifai opened the door with a rifle in his hands and pointed it in the direction of officers. Fearing for his and his fellow officers' lives, Officer Martinez discharged his duty weapon in the direction of Al Rifai. Al Rifai, who was not struck, dropped his weapon and surrendered. He was taken into custody without further incident and subsequently charged for his role in the incident.


As is customary in HPD officer-involved shooting incidents in the Houston city limits, this case is being investigated by the Special Investigations Unit and the Internal Affairs Division.


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Published 8 months ago

Houston police are investigating an incident in which an HPD office fired his duty weapon at an armed suspect on December 29th, 2021 at 9202 Kindlewood Drive.


The suspect, Basel Khaled Al Rifai (A/m, 22), is charged with assault-family member and terroristic threat in Harris County Criminal Court #6.


HPD Officer A. Martinez, who discharged his duty weapon, was not injured in the incident. Officer Martinez is assigned to the Westside Patrol Division and was sworn in as an officer in March 2019.


HPD Special Investigations Unit Sergeant R. Flores and Detectives J. Turner, R. Anderson and N. Arellano reported:


HPD patrol officers responded the above address for a report of a family disturbance with a weapon and were met by a witness. The witness stated her friend was being held inside the residence by the husband, later identified as Al Rifai, who was armed with a gun. The witness told officers she also had been threatened by Al Rifai.


Officers knocked on the door of the residence and announced themselves. Al Rifai opened the door with a rifle in his hands and pointed it in the direction of officers. Fearing for his and his fellow officers' lives, Officer Martinez discharged his duty weapon in the direction of Al Rifai. Al Rifai, who was not struck, dropped his weapon and surrendered. He was taken into custody without further incident and subsequently charged for his role in the incident.


As is customary in HPD officer-involved shooting incidents in the Houston city limits, this case is being investigated by the Special Investigations Unit and the Internal Affairs Division.


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