Home Depot Murder Suspect Faces New Charges for Firing at Cops During Manhunt, Police Say

A 29-year-old man accused of killing a Dallas police officer also shot at police during the car chase that came hours after the shooting at a Lake Highlands Home Depot, arrest records show. Armando Luis Juarez was arrested after a five-hour manhunt Tuesday night. Before his arrest, he fired at two officers in a police cruiser on the highway, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Additional felony charges were filed against him Friday, including two charges of aggravated assault of a public servant and two charges of forgery of a financial instrument. His bail was doubled to just over $4 million, jail records show. Juarez is accused of capital murder in the fatal shooting of Officer Rogelio Santander, who died early Wednesday after he was shot Tuesday afternoon at the Home Depot where he and his partner were called to arrest the theft suspect.  Continue reading...

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