POLICE Department

Suspect Arrested, Charged in Incident at 3333 Old Spanish Trail

Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested who fired shots at Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies at 3300 Old Spanish Trail about 12:05 a.m. on April 23.   

The suspect, Corey Teamer (b/m, 24), is charged with two counts of aggravated assault against a public servant in the 180th State District Court.  

A booking photo of Teamer is attached to this news release.  

The two Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies who discharged their weapons at the suspect were not injured in this incident.

HPD Special Investigations Unit Investigators R. Lujan and R. DeLaRosa reported:

The Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies were working an extra job providing security at a night club called "The Address" at 3333 Raleigh Street.  The deputies observed a disturbance between several males in the front parking lot area.  The males then ran across Old Spanish Trail where deputies observed one male pull a pistol from his waist band and fire several times at other patrons.  The deputies pursued the suspect yelling "police" and giving him commands to drop his weapon.  The suspect stopped, turned toward the deputies and fired several times at them.  The deputies, in fear of their safety and for the safety of other patrons, discharged their duty weapons at the suspect.  The suspect then fled on foot westbound toward Highway 288 and then southbound until the deputies lost sight of him.  At that time, it was unknown if the suspect was struck. 

Further investigation identified Teamer as the suspect in this case and last Friday (May 4), he was taken into custody without incident.  

Corey  Teamer
Corey Teamer

Update: VHS/JFC  5-7-18
JKS/KJS  4-23-18
Inc. #050699918 

For additional information, please contact the HPD Public Affairs Division at 713-308-3200.