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Neighborhood Shooting Debriefing Held in College Station

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

More than a week and a half after a tragic shooting in College Station left Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann and College Station resident Christopher Northcliffe dead, police are talking with residents who live in and around the neighborhood on Fidelity Street.

During this neighborhood debriefing being held at the Lincoln Center, Police Chief Jeff Capps is reviewing with residents the timeline of the deadly events of August 13th.

Police are also answering questions and addressing concerns from those affected by what happened. In addition authorities are providing information on stress management, victim services, and mental health services available for those who qualify.


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