Police found him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Police responded to a call for "urgent" backup from police at the Hyatt Regency hotel around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, an officer at the Houston Police Department Command Center told HuffPost.
- Houston police have arrested a man who had an arsenal of weapons in his downtown Houston hotel room.
Police in North Carolina discovered thousands of doses of heroin, a gun, and human teeth on a man detained during a suspected shoplifting investigation on Christmas Eve. They seized an AR-15, a shotgun, a handgun and ammunition, Lt. Gordon Macintosh said. He was arrested for unlawfully carrying a weapon and trespassing.
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They also reportedly found weapons inside the man's truck, parked outside the hotel. Hotel staff said he was drunk at the bar, and refused to leave.
Senties says investigators don't believe the man intended "to use the weapons or to cause any kind of issue". Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo tweeted about the incident, saying the situation is contained and there is no specific threat to Houston.
The hotel the man was staying at was preparing a massive New Year's Eve celebration.
A police spokesman said Sunday afternoon that investigators couldn't speculate about the man's intent.
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