The police confiscated guns and ammunition from a man in Texas two years ago and now it has been found that the same weapons were found on a man whom the police shot following an attack on police headquarters. The attack took place during the weekend.
James Boulware was apprehended in May 2013 and charged with assault that took place outside Dallas. The police then took various weapons and equipment from him.
The police said that there were no injured or killed during the attack that took place on Saturday. However, Boulware was frustrated because of a custody trial he was involved in and he shattered glass in police headquarters. The raged man did not stop though – he also drove into a police vehicle after planting pipe bombs containing shrapnel at the headquarters. He then fled the scene in a car.
The police chased Boulware for 10 miles after which he stopped at a parking lot in the vicinity of an eatery in Hutchins, located some 12 miles from the Texas capital. Boulware was talking to the police on the cell phone without success, and a member of the SWAT team shot him while he was in a car. The police suspected that the vehicle was full of explosives.
Photo attribution: Dallas Police