MARSHALL, Texas (KETK) – The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office said a fight involving 50 people broke out after a fatal shooting in Marshall Saturday.
Officers found Russell Dale Crawford Shyne, 36 with a gunshot wound to his abdomen on the 800 block of Francis Street. First responders took and good Samaritans rendered aid at the scene, and Shyne was taken to Christus Good Shepherd Medical Center. He died of his injuries.
According to the sheriff’s office, deputies first broke up an aggressive crowd before being called to the emergency room to break up a fight involving over 50 people. The fight reportedly involved family members of the victim and suspect in the shooting.
Deputies and K9 Pato arrived at the emergency room and dispersed the crowd, officials said.
“We extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Russell Shyne. Our
officers acted swiftly to control the situation, ensuring that no further harm would come to
community members,” said Cliff Carruth, Marshall Chief of Police, “I would like to thank the
Harrison County Sheriff’s Office for their quick response to assist our officers at the scene and
at the hospital.”
Law enforcement found a white car at the scene occupied by Tramaine Rondell Dunn, who they believe to be the suspect. After gathering witness statements at the scene, Marshall police arrested Dunn and booked him into the Harrison County Jail. He is facing murder charges.
The shooting remains under investigation.