Deputies investigating suspicious death near Round Rock

Dani Guerrero/KXAN

ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — Williamson County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a suspicious death northeast of Round Rock. They received a call around 1 p.m. Saturday.

Williamson County Sheriffs deputies and Georgetown Police blocked off Los Alamos Court Saturday. More than 36 hours later, crime scene tape remained up as their investigation continued.

Down the street, Benjamin Aranda waited for answers. “I’m just curious to find out what actually happened, what went on in the neighborhood, being that I have three teenage children,” he said.

Almost every neighbor we talked to said they moved to Williamson County to avoid crimes like this.

Neighbors say a couple lives in the house and that they are usually very friendly and talkative. Neighbors say the man was the one killed and that he works at a car dealership in Round Rock.

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has released very little information on this death, which shook the normally quiet suburban street.

“What I see are family-knit things going on: families walking together, or walking the dogs,” said Aranda. “Just staying pretty much as one unit.”

The street is empty Sunday, as deputies continue to investigate. Neighbors say the couple moved into the house several years ago.

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