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Harris County deputies are arresting two suspects they say shot at a neighborhood pool in Atascocita Forest

ATASCOCITA, Texas (KTRK) – Two men were arrested after they shot at a neighborhood pool in Atascocita on July 2, officials said.

Harris County Precinct 4 police officers responded to the Atascocita Forest neighborhood pool at Block 17400 of Woodland Hills Drive in relation to a grievous bodily harm call.

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At the scene, witnesses told deputies that two men arrived and shot them several times with an assault rifle in the pool area.

Witnesses were able to provide descriptions of the two men and their car, according to MPs.

Authorities said the men were found at a nearby house on block 17100 of Quiet Grove Lane and arrested.

The men have been identified as Chaz Royal and Kadaruis Brown.

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Royal was on bail on charges of evading and breaking a motor vehicle in Harris County, but the cases were forfeited in absentia, investigators said.

Investigators also revealed that Brown had multiple warrants from Bexar County and was listed as a fugitive.

According to District 4 Police Officer Mark Herman, the two men were booked into the Harris County Jail on the warrants and were charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Royal’s bond was priced at $50,000 and Brown’s at $100,000, Herman said.

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