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Harris County Deputy Constable ‘Ambushed’ and Killed in Baytown

Otto Mation

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BAYTOWN, Texas (Houston Chronicle) – A local law enforcement leader with nearly three decades of experience – including a stint as a prosecutor – died Monday morning after he was shot behind a Harris County annex in Baytown about 7 a.m., police said.

A manhunt is underway for the shooter, who remained at large early afternoon despite police saying they had several leads. Dozens of law enforcement vehicles filled the annex’s parking lot, in the 700 block of West Baker Road, and still more more swarmed the surrounding neighborhoods.

“It’s a hit, no doubt,” said one top federal law official working with city police, deputies and the Texas Rangers. “He basically got ambushed

Clint Greenwood, assistant chief deputy with the Harris County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office, was arriving to work when someone opened fire on him, said Lt. Steve Dorris with the Baytown Police Department.

Greenwood died from a single gunshot wound, Dorris said.

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