A Cleburne resident charged with murder last month received additional charges and bonds on Tuesday.
Suspect Omar Rodriguez’s bond was set at $500,000 on the murder charge by Johnson County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Ronny McBroom on Sept. 30.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office subsequently charged Rodriguez, 48, with four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against a public servant. McBroom on Tuesday set Rodriguez’s bond at $1 million, $250,000 for each assault charge.
JCSO deputies responded to a report of a disturbance with weapons involved on Sept. 23 on Harriet Circle outside of Cleburne.
Rodriguez’s sister reported that Rodriguez had shot their father and was still armed and on scene, according to reports.
Rodriguez’s father, Manuel Rodriguez, 72, was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead shortly after.
Rodriguez allegedly went back into the house, refused to exit and fired four shots inside the home, according to reports.
Deputies, believing Rodriguez had committed suicide, entered the residence only to be met with gunfire. A deputy shot Rodriguez in his shoulder area. Rodriguez was hospitalized for several days before being taken to the Johnson County Jail where he remains.
Flying debris from a wall Rodriguez allegedly hit while firing his gun struck one deputy resulting in minor injury.