DENTON (CBSDFW.COM) Denton police shot and killed a suspect wanted for aggravated assault at a Buc-ee’s store Friday after he produced a handgun in his car.

On Friday, the Denton County Sheriff’s Office had received information on 53-year-old Marlon Bonds, who shot his girlfriend Thursday and threatened to kill others in Fort Worth.

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Around 10 a.m., deputies located Bonds at the Buc-cee’s store located at 5005 S. I-35E and saw him exit a small white sedan, walk to the rear and go into the trunk.

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When deputies approached Bonds, they blocked his exit in order to keep him from fleeing. Bonds then reentered the vehicle and produced a handgun at which time the deputies fired their weapons — striking him multiple times.

Bonds was transported to Medical City Denton where he was pronounced dead. No other people were injured in the incident.

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The Texas Rangers are currently investigating.