12-Year Veteran Texas State Trooper Traveres Webb Released from Hospital a Week After Being Shot in Standoff at Frisco Apartment Complex

A state trooper was released from a hospital Friday, a week after he was wounded in a standoff at a Frisco apartment complex.

Trooper Traveres Webb, a 12-year veteran of the Texas Department of Public Safety, was shot March 29 after he tried to stop a motorist on the Dallas North Tollway.

Webb attempted to stop the driver, 42-year-old Bryan Cahill, near Spring Creek Parkway, but Cahill continued to drive away on the tollway.

Cahill drove to the La Valencia at Starwood apartments in Frisco, where police say he shot Webb in the parking lot. He was arrested the next morning after a 15-hour standoff with a SWAT team.

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SOURCE: Dallas Morning News, LaVendrick Smith

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