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Incident at 11200 Fuqua

June 9, 2006 -- Charges have been filed against a suspect who pulled a gun on a Houston police officer at 11200 Fuqua about 2:10 a.m. on Thursday (June 8).

The suspect, Christopher Rashid Hartley (b/m, DOB 2-12-78), has been charged with aggravated assault on a public servant in the 177th State District Court. A second suspect, Doyle Tyrone Tompkins (b/m, DOB 6-18-73) has been charged with felony evading in the same court and for having an outstanding felony narcotics warrant.

HPD Officer D.D. Davis, sworn in as an officer in March of 1983 and assigned to the Clear Lake Patrol Division, was not injured.

HPD Homicide Division Sergeant L.A. Flores and Officer T.R. Cunningham reported:

Officer Davis arrived to assist another HPD officer who had stopped a vehicle for speeding at 11200 Fuqua and discovered the driver was wanted on a felony narcotics warrant. After suspect Tompkins refused to exit the vehicle, Officer Davis approached the passenger's side where suspect Hartley was sitting. When Hartley showed a gun, Officer Davis discharged his weapon as he was retreating. Suspect Tompkins then sped away in the vehicle with officers in pursuit. After losing the suspects, officers located their vehicle abandoned at the intersection of Japonica and Flowers. An HPD K-9 arrived shortly after and located the suspects in the 6700 block of Japonica, where they were taken into custody without further incident.

Suspect Hartley's weapon was recovered at the scene.

GO/JFC 6-9-06
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