Shooting investigation continues in Denison

By: KXII-TV Staff Email
By: KXII-TV Staff Email

DENISON, Tex. -- A shooting in Denison Monday night has left one person injured and police investigating. Denison Police say they are still looking into the shooting, which took place around 5:10 pm.

They say 30-year-old Cory Leon Clark told them he was in the 500 block of West Johnson Street talking to a man he knows when he says that man "flipped out".

Clark says he started driving off and the suspect fired at his car. Police say a bullet hit Clark's left shoulder and glanced off. They say he then called 911 from a house down the street and was taken to TMC as a precaution.

Officers say they are looking for the suspect, described as a black man in his early 20's, 5'7", 140 lbs, wearing dark pants and a dark jacket. They say he was last seen driving a red Honda Accord with Texas license plate number 710-CDR.

Officers say he should be considered armed and dangerous. If you have any information, call police.


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  • by WHATEVA on Dec 5, 2007 at 06:35 PM
    DONT MAKE ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT PEOPLE THERE IS ALWAYS 2 SIDES TO THE STORY.....
  • by what's new Location: who cares on Dec 5, 2007 at 05:19 PM
    Living in Denison must be a joke.I think the cops are?????? think about it
  • by Opinionated Location: on Texoma on Dec 5, 2007 at 08:33 AM
    To Duh, you have clearly been watching too much TV. A person does not "morph" into anything. A person may have personality changes, but that will not alter his identity. If police really want to find this individual, they should release his name so people can help them locate him. I think your "morph" theory is unlikely and it is more likely that he is on some type of drug or suffers from mental illness. In both cases, the person needs to be found for his own safety as well as others.
  • by Anonymous Location: Denison on Dec 4, 2007 at 07:40 PM
    Denison PD will just tell you how short handed they are if you were to ask them. A few weeks back there was a store owner chasing kids on bikes in his car to tell them to stay off his property.......and they went on about how they were so short handed after all was said and the man (who chased the children in a vehicle) leaves WITHOUT being arrested! Priorities......someone needs to look into that!
  • by me Location: here on Dec 4, 2007 at 06:00 PM
    Hey duh. Did you read your post before submitting your answer? I don't know anyone that can "morph" into anything.I don't think anyone jumped to any conclusions.
  • by wastedtaxdollars Location: Denison on Dec 4, 2007 at 05:56 PM
    2 crimes with the same car/tag. Good to see my tax dollars are being spent well.
  • by Duh Location: Tejas (used to be Texas) on Dec 4, 2007 at 04:48 PM
    Have any of you thought about this...maybe when the KNOWN suspect "flipped" out he morphed into something the victim can't identify anymore...Please stop jumping to conclusions!!! I'm sure the police are doing their job and so is the known suspect (running back to the Nintendo or to his baby momma).
  • by JC Location: Denison on Dec 4, 2007 at 03:40 PM
    Thats the same plate number quoted about the robbery of a teen in Denison a couple of weeks ago
  • by Anonymous on Dec 4, 2007 at 12:43 PM
    what do you expect liberal media and cops that protect only doughnut shops...you want them to do what is right???? wishful thinking
  • by Anonymous on Dec 4, 2007 at 09:55 AM
    Ok, we have a tag number and the victim apparently "knows" his attacker. I agree wih Opinionated, why wasn't a name given?? And if it was, with all the info given, WHY IS THIS PERSON STILL AT LARGE?? DO WE NEED A BLOOD SAMPLE?
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