The death toll out of Las Vegas has renewed the gun debate in this country and it has left top cops in Houston also joining the chorus. Houston police Chief Art Acevedo and Harris County Precinct One Constable Alan Rosen say there are simply too many guns on the streets and costing lots of lives.
Just ask Kathy Ballard Blueford Daniels. Her son, 20-year-old Patrick, was shot and killed back in 2006. It was a case of mistaken identity. He was leaving a store when a man walked up and shot him the back of the head thinking he was someone the gunman had fought earlier that same day.
Both Kathy and Constable Rosen are here tonight to talk about their push to crackdown on guns.