SPRING, Texas - A Spring couple says they were among some of the last people to spend time with Daniel Trevino, the suspect accused of shooting three law enforcement officers in northeast Harris County before turning the gun on himself.

The officers were serving a felony warrant on Trevino in the 5000 block of Hartwick when they were shot.

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Annabelle Stocker and Justin Talleos were having a small party at their home on Monday night when they say a mutual friend walked in with Trevino.

It was the first time the couple had met him. Stocker says although Trevino seemed relatively normal, she got a strange vibe from Trevino, so she went to bed.

The couple says Trevino left their home at about 11 p.m. Monday.

Stocker said on Tuesday, she heard about the shooting and was shocked when she realized the man in the mug shot had been a guest in her home just hours before.

“It’s pretty insane,” Stocker said, “just because of the life-altering changes that happened within 24 hours. It kind of makes you think, like, dang. Anything could happen. And I feel really bad for him, to be honest, that he felt like that was the way out.”

Deputies say that after the initial shooting, Trevino fired shots at SWAT team members during an hours-long standoff. He was found dead around 6:15 p.m. Tuesday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.