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Gregg Co. Sheriff's Office: 'Community not in any heightened danger' after shooting

Published: Jun. 1, 2016 at 10:39 AM CDT|Updated: Jun. 1, 2016 at 12:11 PM CDT
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Scene where Longview businessman Ronnie Horaney was shot Monday(Source: KLTV viewer)
Scene where Longview businessman Ronnie Horaney was shot Monday(Source: KLTV viewer)

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) - Officials investigating the shooting death of Longview businessman Ronnie Horaney said they are not releasing any possible suspect information as of Wednesday morning.

Gregg County Sheriff's Office Deputy Josh Tubb said Wednesday morning, "we have nothing that would indicate members of our community are in any heightened danger," since the shooting Monday night.

Community members reflected on Horaney's death Tuesday including Longview mayor and relative, Andy Mack. "What they've done that for our community for years and years with their store and their generosity and compassion to those that were in need and now we will be there for them," Mack said.

Shooting victim remembered for business legacy

According to Deputy Josh Tubb, around 7:00 p.m. Monday multiple units responded to a call of a shooting on Tryon Road, located just north of Longview. Police identified Horaney as the victim late Monday. Horaney's Feed Store has been in business in Longview for over 70 years. According to Horaney's website, in 2005 Longview Mayor Jay Dean proclaimed August 27 as Horaney Inc. Day.

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