(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) The sheriffs office for Harris County issued a statement that the man had surrendered and the hospital was no longer under lockdown.
Washington — A distraught father of a patient in a Texas hospital surrendered to police after a standoff police said Saturday.
The sheriff’s office for Harris County issued a statement that the man had surrendered and the hospital just north of Houston was no longer under lockdown.
Previously the police had said the man was holding hostages and could be armed. Later they said it was not a hostage situation and the father was not armed.
Police described the father as “distraught about his son’s medical condition.”
He was with his son in the critical care unit of the Tomball Regional Medical Center.
“The suspect has surrendered without incident” the sheriff’s office said.
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