Nathan DeSai, a 46-year-old Houston lawyer, is now dead after police gunned him down in Houston Monday morning. DeSai is thought to be the main suspect who randomly opened fired in the southwest section of the city and was seen wearing a WWII-era Nazi outfit.
The HPD bomb squad was in the process of searching Nathan DeSai’s Porsche when Eyewitness News confirmed the vehicle was registered to him.
Now ABC News has learned that two guns and Nazi materials were found at the scene. ABC13 has confirmed that Nazi materials found inside the car registered to DeSai.
A source told abc13 the vehicle was filled with weapons, prompting officials to use a bomb robot to search the car.
We spoke with DeSai’s father who said the attorney lived near Weslayan and Bissonnet, the site of this morning’s shooting. He also confirmed the attorney drove a black Porsche.
The station adds that DeSai was armed with several rounds and what authorities said might have been parts of a bomb. DeSai’s father also confirmed to ABC13 that his financially-troubled son owned guns to protect himself from clients. DeSai’s firm was shut down six months ago, but he continued to work in his field.
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