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Houston police hunting suspect who filmed himself on Snapchat firing a semi-automatic weapon from the backseat of a moving vehicle

April 11, 2018  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Houston police hunting suspect who filmed himself on Snapchat firing a semi-automatic weapon from the backseat of a moving vehicle

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Authorities in Houston have released a Snapchat clip of a man firing a semi-automatic weapon from the backseat of a moving vehicle.

The video posted on Snapchat shows a man holding plastic cup as he smoked before he fired the firearm multiple time from the backseat of the vehicle, according to the Daily Mail.

The man, who has the username “DabDaddyDono”, was heard saying “Gang gang who want smoke?” in the clip.

‘The precise location of the incident has not yet been determined and it is believed to have taken place in March or the beginning of April.

However, authorities allege that the incident occurred in northwest Houston as the suspect posted his location on a picture shortly before he posted shooting video.

Police hope that publishing the video to the public will help them apprehend the man.

It appears that investigators have seen several of the suspect’s posts, as they have also published a picture of him with his friends from the same night.

Police have released this photo of the suspect and his friends which appears to have been taken shortly before the shooting video

It is not the first time Houston authorities are looking for a Snapchat shooter.

In 2017, a couple was taken into custody after a video was posted on Snapchat that showed them taking a joy ride while shooting pistols.

Sierra Tarbutton, 27, entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to five years behind bars. Her boyfriend, 29-year-old Michael Cuellar, is serving a six-year sentence for harassing an officer after he was placed on probation in 2016.

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