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WATCH LIVE: March for justice held following deadly shooting of Houston pastor Rev. Dr. Ronald K. Mouton Sr.

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HOUSTON – Members of the Houston community will join together Sunday afternoon as they march against violence following the fatal shooting of a beloved pastor Rev. Dr. Ronald K. Mouton Sr.

The Mouton family, his ministry colleagues, friends and citizens say they are calling for justice and for officials to put a stop to senseless violence in the community.

Beginning at 5 p.m., those who wish to attend can meet at Palm Center located at 5300 Griggs Road.

A highly revered pastor and staple in the Houston community was killed during a possible road-rage incident on the Gulf Freeway at Gould Road Friday afternoon.

According to those who knew him, Reverend Dr. Ronald K. Mouton Sr. of the East Bethel Missionary Baptist Church was shot and killed by another driver as he traveled on the feeder road around 4:19 p.m.

Surveillance video from Pusch and Nguyen Injury Lawyers shows what happened before Pastor Mouton crashed.

Houston police say the suspected shooter was driving a black sedan.

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee has known the beloved Pastor for many years and says he was a man of love and service and that he had a generous spirit.

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee has known the beloved Pastor for many years and says he was a man of love and service and that he had a generous spirit.

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