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Two shot in Pearland

9:22 AM Thu, Mar 15, 2007 |
Adrienne
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Police said two people were shot in Pearland on Wednesday night.

Pearland Police Officers were dispatched to the 3300 block of East Walnut.
One victim had wounds to the facial area and one victim was wounded in the lower leg area. Both victims were transported, by Pearland E.M.S., to Ben Taub Hospital for treatment.
Police had no other details on the shooting.



7 Comments

Anonymous said:

Is there any connection with the shooting that happened last week in Pearland at St. Andrews apartments? This is crazy, whats going on in Pearland? Why is there all this violence?

Anonymous said:

Because the city of Pearland decided to “open” (meaning roads and all the growth) all the gates leading to Pearland and now they are coming here to commit the crimes because its an easy city and an easy get-away.

Marney said:

Pearland is growing too fast and no planning was done to make it happen right. All the criminal are coming in from Houston and causing crime to rise as fast as the city is growing. You used to be safe in Pearland but not any more.

Ruben said:

Glad I moved from Pearland where I lived since 1972. Too many apartments, and still more. Too many outlets for criminals with easy marks.

glb said:

The planners for Pearland’s growth saw the almighty $ sign. They forgot about the increase in crime. Once you open your doors anyone can and will walk in!

We moved away in 2000!

Murda mommie said:

Pearland is beautiful and will remain beautiful. We have police and they are not going to let the bad guys destroy our community . I have lived in Pearland since 6/05 and plan on being there a very long time.

Pat said:

The issue in Pearland is not growth or easy access, it’s the same issue all the Houston area communities have, the criminals out number the police. Crime is out of control all over the area. It used to be an issue mainly in poor neighborhoods, but that’s changed. Pearland, like Humble, The Woodlands, Kingwood and other upscale communities are finding out that crime can happen anywhere, including their neighborhood.


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