HOUSTON — An autopsy report has been released for the man shot and killed along with his wife in a no-knock raid back in January.
The report shows Dennis Tuttle, 59, was shot nine times during the raid. His death has been ruled a homicide.
Tuttle and his wife Rhogena Nicholas, 58, were shot and killed inside their home on Harding Street on January 28. Five officers were injured in the raid.
The couple had lived in the home for more than 20 years. Neighbors made a memorial outside the home in the days following the shootout.
The raid led to multiple policy changes within the Houston Police Department and an FBI civil rights investigation.
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- Timeline of shootout that left 5 Houston police officers wounded, 2 suspects dead
- HPD informant bought heroin at house the night before shootout, warrant says
- Gerald Goines, officer who led deadly HPD drug raid, has retired
- 800 cases linked to another Houston cop will be reviewed by district attorney
- Sloppy police work, evidence issues led to dismissals in Gerald Goines’ past cases
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