CYPRESS, Texas — A man suspected of shooting two women in a suburban Houston church parking lot, killing one of them, and then fleeing to a hotel, has been found dead inside a room there.
- Suspected of firing several rounds into a vehicle outside a church
- Dead woman believed to be suspect's 66-year-old estranged wife
- Woman wounded is his daughter
The body of 62-year-old Arthur Edigin was found by Harris County Sheriff's deputies early Friday, several hours after he was tracked to the room by investigators and a standoff ensued.
Sheriff's authorities said in social media posts that Edigin is suspected of firing several rounds Thursday evening into a vehicle carrying the two women outside Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church in Cypress.
A sheriff's spokesman said the dead woman is believed to be the suspect's 66-year-old estranged wife, the wounded woman is his daughter and the shooting was the outgrowth of a domestic dispute.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.