Slain Texas lawman remembered as 'smartest guy in the room'
HOUSTON (AP) - A law enforcement commander has told thousands of mourners that a Houston-area deputy constable who was shot to death this week "was always the smartest guy in the room."
Montgomery County sheriff's Lt. Tim Cannon said Thursday during a funeral service in Houston that Clint Greenwood was a consummate professional, meticulous with details and the first to lend colleagues a hand.
The 57-year-old Greenwood, a Harris County assistant chief deputy constable, was killed Monday by a gunman who stepped out from behind a trash bin as Greenwood arrived for work at a sub-courthouse in Baytown, east of Houston.
No arrest has been made, but Baytown police released a surveillance video Thursday that shows a possible suspect near the scene and the man's car - a black 2013-2017 Nissan Versa Note.