“Houston’s police chief said the department will end “no-knock” warrants following a deadly drug raid in which two suspects were killed and several officers were injured.<br><br>The Jan. 28 raid on a home also resulted in four police officers being shot and injured. Last week, it was revealed that an affidavit to justify the warrant appears to contain “some material untruths or lies” and police Chief Art Acevedo said an officer will likely be criminally charged in the case.”<br><br>It took all that.

“Houston’s police chief said the department will end “no-knock” warrants following a deadly drug raid in which two suspects were killed and several officers were injured.

The Jan. 28 raid on a home also resulted in four police officers being shot and injured. Last week, it was revealed that an affidavit to justify the warrant appears to contain “some material untruths or lies” and police Chief Art Acevedo said an officer will likely be criminally charged in the case.”

It took all that.

Houston police will end no-knock warrants after deadly drug raid, chief says

“The no-knock warrants are going to go away like leaded gasoline in this city,” Police Chief Art Acevedo said after a raid in which two suspects were killed and several officers injured.

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