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An 11-year-old boy was busted for allegedly opening fire at officers in a Houston neighborhood, prompting a SWAT team response, according to new reports.
Police responded early Friday to a report of shots fired on Aledo Street, near the South Loop and Highway 288 interchange, KTRK reported.
When they got there, they saw a muzzle flash coming from an upstairs window, KHOU reported. A bullet whizzed by one of the cops.
SWAT and hostage negotiators were called — and the boy ultimately came outside when the homeowner showed up, according to the report.
No one was hurt.
Investigators spoke to the pre-teen, who was arrested and charged with aggravated assault against a peace officer, the outlet reported.
He was referred to juvenile probation authorities.
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