(Reuters) - The man suspected of a shooting spree that left six people dead and another in critical condition has surrendered to police in the Houston suburb of Spring, a police constable told reporters. (Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Michael Perry)
By Daniel Kramer HOUSTON Texas (Reuters) - A gunman shot six people to death, four of them children, in what appeared to be a domestic dispute in a Houston, Texas, suburb late on Wednesday then fled the scene before surrendering to police after a standoff, a police official said. Harris County Constable Ron Hickman told reporters after the suspect's arrest the victims ranged from 4 to 40 years of age, and preliminary information indicated two of the dead were children adopted by the gunman and his estranged wife. The shooting occurred in the middle-class Houston suburb of Spring. He said it did not appear he was the father of the children.