Published 7:34 pm CDT, Sunday, June 16, 2019 A man accused of breaking into his ex-wife’s home in Katy and shooting a Harris County Sheriff’s deputy reportedly told investigators he brought his semi-automatic handgun along because he wanted to be prepared to confront her and “any new boyfriend,” records show. Brady Joseph Ray, 39, was being held in Harris County Jail on bond set at nearly $2.3 million for charges including aggravated assault against a police officer and burglary of habitation with intent to commit assault, records show. Prosecutors wrote that Ray fired several shots at the sheriff’s deputy, striking him once in the leg “in what would have been a fatal wound but for the immediate intervening medical attention…”
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