Dealership owner: 2 killed may have been bounty hunters

Katrina Soto
June 1, 2017

At about 7:20 p.m., officers responded to a report of multiple gunshots at Nissan of Greenville at 6403 Interstate 30, about 45 miles northeast of Dallas.

A violent shootout at an East Texas vehicle dealership has left three men dead.

Peters says Hutchinson had been sought since March when he failed to appear for court in Hennepin County, which includes Minneapolis. Security and Investigations in Corpus Christi.

Nissan of Greenville CEO Rick Ford told news media that late yesterday afternoon, two men identifying themselves as federal agents introduced themselves to dealership employees and said they were waiting to meet someone there in order to make an arrest.

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"Hutchinson was in an office at the dealership with another person when he was approached by Bernal and Garcia". Both Garcia and Bernal returned fire, the release said. Video shows Bernal and Garcia pointing guns at Hutchinson.

Hutchinson attempted to pull a pistol from his waistband but dropped his pistol on a desk. A scuffle followed. He was able to retrieve the weapon and began firing. Bernal and Garcia were awaiting the arrival of Ramon Michael Hutchison, also known as Raymond Hutchison, 49, of St. Paul, Minn., the release said.

Police say a 17-year-old boy was fatally shot when he and several other people tried to rob a home in southern Oklahoma. Officials say all three bodies have been transported to the Southwest Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas.

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