According to the Milam County Sheriff’s Office, an officer with the Cameron Police Department died Thursday after a gunfight with a suspect late Wednesday night.
The officer was named Sgt. Joshua Lee Clouse, 39, and the suspect was identified as Albert Rafael Acosta, 29. According to DPS, both men were from Cameron.
According to an MCSO press release, around 10:55 p.m., officers responded to the 700 block of North Travis Avenue in Cameron on a report of a gunshot victim.
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We stand with the Cameron Police Department in Texas as they mourn the loss of Sergeant Joshua I. Clouse. Sergeant Clouse was shot and killed while executing a search warrant. Our deepest condolences to his family, friends & co-workers. pic.twitter.com/ziucKTWz54
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) May 16, 2023
According to the announcement, the victim told authorities that their husband shot them in the back of the neck. The injured person was transferred to the hospital. Their condition remains unknown, according to officials.
According to the announcement, Cameron PD investigated and applied for a search warrant at a residence in the 500 block of E. 7th Street.
According to the release, Cameron Police, the Milam County Sheriff’s Office, Rockdale Police, and the Texas Department of Public Safety attempted to serve a warrant at the residence. According to the announcement, Acosta opened fire on law enforcement officers, who returned fire.
According to the sheriff’s office, Acosta was shot and killed, and Sgt. Clouse was injured and transferred to the hospital, where he died.
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“Shots here, they echo far, because it’s small,” said Dani Hernandez, who lives near the shootout.
The 100 Club of Central Texas established the Survivor Fund in response to the officer’s deαth. Donations are accepted here.
The Milam County Sheriff’s Office asked the Texas Rangers to investigate what transpired. Authorities will not release names until relatives have been notified.
The latest Cameron Police Department line-of-duty deαth occurred in 1935, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page.
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