HOUSTON — We are learning more about the investigation into the deadly Harding Street drug raid that left two homeowners dead and five police officers injured back in January.
Several search warrants in the case were unsealed on Wednesday.
The warrants are requesting cell phone data from the personal phones of former HPD officers Steven Bryant and Gerald Goines.
Goines is accused of lying on a search warrant affidavit that led up to the raid.
The warrants also are seeking data from the phones of two informants to determine if they were ever at the Harding Street home before the deadly raid.
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