Cameron Police Officer Ki!!ed While Protecting the Community!
A Gunshot killed two suspects and a police officer in Cameron. Around 11 p.m. on Wednesday, according to the Milam County Sheriff’s Office, Cameron police were called about a shooting in the 700 block of North Travis.
A woman reported to the police that her husband had shot her in the back of the neck. When Cameron police searched a home on East 7th Street using a warrant, the suspect attαcked them and began firing at them.
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According to the Milam County Sheriff’s Office, Joshua Lee Clouse, 39, was wounded and rushed to the hospital where he passed away. The suspect, 29-year-old Albert Rafael Acosta, was also shot and ki!!ed at the site.
The woman’s injuries required hospitalization as well. Her condition is currently unknown. The Texas Rangers are looking into it.
To assist the officer’s family who passed away in the line of duty, the Central Texas chapter of the 100 Club has activated its Survivor Fund.
Donations can be made online, and the family will be informed of any supportive notes. Additionally, you can text “100clubcentex” to 44321, phone 512-345-3200, or mail donations to The Club’s headquarters at 3200 Steck Avenue, Suite 240, Austin, Texas 78757.
The 100 Club of Central Texas has activated the Survivor Fund in response to the death of the Cameron Police Department officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty overnight.
— The 100 Club of Central Texas (@100clubcentex) May 11, 2023
The Survivor Fund has been activated by The Club twice this year. In late 2022, it had already responded to the deαth in the course of duty of Austin Fire Department Battalion Chief Travis Maher.
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