Houston, Texas crime: Man’s body found in Channelview area

The body was found on Garlang Street close to Sheldon Road close to some industrial tons, in response to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — Deputies are investigating a suspected dog attack after a man’s body was found simply toes away from his bicycle in the Channelview area early Friday morning.

Investigators with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office stated the body was found at about 1 a.m. with a number of puncture wounds. It just isn’t clear how lengthy the body had been there.

The body seems to have been dragged away from the bicycle, investigators stated. They added that it’s not clear what number of canines might have been concerned, however that the area is understood for packs of stray canines,

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez stated the body was found on Garlang Street near Sheldon Road close to some industrial tons after it was noticed by a driver passing by.

The sheriff stated the sufferer seems to be a Hispanic man in his 30s to 40s. 

There have been a number of proof markers seen on the scene. Investigators stated there are houses on the road the place the body was found however haven’t found any witnesses.

Garlang Street is blocked off with a big regulation enforcement presence in the area.

Investigators are hoping to seek out surveillance video which may shed clues as to what occurred. Investigators are asking residents to examine their surveillance to see if something was caught on digital camera and name murder investigators at 713-274-9100.

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