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Molotov cocktails were thrown at Texas, a sergeant in the home and in the car, investigators say

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A sergeant with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office in Texas became a two-time targets this week, with Molotov cocktails being thrown at his house, investigators said.

The attack unfolded on Monday night in the sergeant’s house, in a neighborhood just west of downtown Houston, the sheriff’s office wrote in a press release.

Someone threw a Molotov cocktail into the home of sergeant and served as a window.

A sergeant with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, was the victim of an arson attack this week, researchers have said.
(The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office)

The sergeant woke up to find that a part of the house is on fire, the Houston Chronicle reported. No one was injured.

Then, around 3 pm, and on Sunday, a second Molotov cocktail was thrown at the house, striking a parked vehicle, which was engulfed in flames,” the sheriff’s office said.

“This is a dangerous game to play,” Fort Bend Sheriff Troy Nehls said. “It’s very scary. It is sad that we are at the top of the project.”

Surveillance footage from the time of the second incident showed a vehicle of interest to you. It turned out to be a model in a black F-250 with a ladder rack. The driver could be seen wearing blue jeans, white sneakers, and a baseball cap.

THE MCDONALD’S CUP WITH A VULGAR MESSAGE THAT WAS GIVEN TO THE AMERICAN POLICE OFFICER: “F – – – – – – – – – G PIG’

Nehls said the sergeant, who is not publicly identified, worked robbery and homicide investigations for the sheriff’s office.

He added that investigators are looking into the sergeant’s previous cases, in order to determine whether or not the arson attacks were committed in retaliation.

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The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office was the offer of a cash reward of $10,000 for any information leading to an arrest.

Anyone with information is asked to call Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers.

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