A Houston, Texas couple, male and female, made up of lowlife thug degenerate gangbanger wannabe criminals were actually stupid enough to film themselves committing crimes and posting it to social media.
In what's becoming a common trend in 2017, these losers drove around the City of Houston and fired semiautomatic weapons out the passenger and driver side windows of their vehicle while filming the entire crime spree and then posted the drive-by shootings to Snapchat.
Yes, I'm unfortunately serious.
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Both the man and woman can be smiling and laughing as they fire off guns into the night sky terrorizing local residents without regard for anyone's safety or their children.
These two vile savages can be seen on film with first the male shooting on what appears to be Memorial Drive near Crossroads Drive and then later the female shooting out of a vehicle near Highway 6 between Memorial and Westheimer in Houston.
Such criminal activity not only endangers the lives of those in the community but also scares off potential tourists and only reignites views about unintelligent savages and their criminal antics.
One local resident, Bill Kraft said that he heard gunshots and that the geotagging on the maps in the video confirms that some of the shootings happened near his home.
"It's a little bit scary. You don't know where the shots are going," worried resident Bill Kraft said.
Kraft closed saying, "Then I heard two more rapid shots, which I thought, 'This isn't a car. It's gotta be something else’.”
Houston Police Department spokesman Kese Smith said that their 911 dispatch has received numerous calls from people regarding the videos but none have helped confirm who fired the shots and where.
"We would need someone whose property was damaged or a victim of some sort or a witness or the person who took the video, to come forward and file a report," Smith said. "At this point in time, nobody has come forward to file a report or make a complaint."
The Houston Police Department says that if anyone can help to identify the suspects or any victims of the gunfire, please call immediately at 713-884-3131 and point them to the right direction.
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