A man driving by what Fort Worth police called a “drug house” was shot and critically wounded Wednesday night, authorities said.
A man driving by what Fort Worth police called a “drug house” was shot and critically wounded Wednesday night, authorities said. McClatchy Co. Courtesy
A man driving by what Fort Worth police called a “drug house” was shot and critically wounded Wednesday night, authorities said. McClatchy Co. Courtesy

Man shot as he drove by Fort Worth drug house, police say

August 10, 2017 10:08 AM

UPDATED August 10, 2017 02:08 PM

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