A Texas sheriff's deputy, who was shot multiple times in the back while stopping traffic Friday afternoon, has died, police said.
Sandip Dhaliwal, a 10-year veteran of the Harris County Chancellery and her first deputy in Sikhism, stopped a two-man vehicle inside at about 12:45 pm
One of the passengers was able to leave the vehicle, approach the deputy from behind and shoot him at least twice – "in fact, they just shot him in a very ruthless, cold-blooded manner," Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez says.  At the end of Friday, the sheriff announced that 47-year-old Robert Solis had been charged with murder in Dalival's death. Gonzalez tweeted that Solis was wanted on a parole violation order from January 2017 when he was reported to have threatened his girlfriend and possessed a prohibited weapon. Click2Houston reports that Solis was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison in 2002 for aggravated kidnapping, but was released on parole in 2014. His parole would expire in 2022.
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Dhaliwal's dashboard camera captures a video talking to Dhaliwal talking " no fight, "no dispute," said Sheriff Major Mike Lee. The driver's door opened at one point and Dhaliwal closed it while the driver remained in the vehicle. When Dalival turned to return to his patrol car, the driver he stepped out of the car, "almost immediately running with a gun that had already come out," Lee said. shot the deputy in the back, hit him in the back of the head.The driver got back in his car and drove away. Lee, a woman believed to be a passenger in the car, has also been taken into custody.It was unclear if she would face charges.
42-year-old Dalival was pronounced dead at Herman Memorial Hospital, reported by Fox 26 Houston.
"I am sad to share with you that we have lost one of our own," Gonzalez tweeted on Friday. "There are no words that convey our sadness. Please keep our family and agency in your prayers. "
Gonzalez's predecessor as sheriff, Adrian Garcia, implemented a religious accommodation policy that allowed Dhalival to wear the traditional turban and bearded Sikh religion. The deputy was the father of three children.
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said he and his wife mourn the loss of the deputy and send their sympathies to his family and lawmakers.
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"This tragic loss is a serious reminder of the risks our law enforcement officers face every day," Abbot said in a statement. "Thank you to the officers who boldly responded to the arrest of the suspect. I assure you that the State of Texas is committed to bringing this killer to justice."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.