Clint Greenwood was a veteran law enforcement officer who served previously as a prosecutor and sheriff's deputy. At the time of his murder, he was an assistant chief deputy constable. (Photo: Harris County SO)

Clint Greenwood was a veteran law enforcement officer who served previously as a prosecutor and sheriff's deputy. At the time of his murder, he was an assistant chief deputy constable. (Photo: Harris County SO)

Harris County, TX, commissioners voted Tuesday to name the courthouse annex where Chief Deputy Constable Clint Greenwood was killed in an ambush earlier this month after the longtime lawman, reports the Houston Chronicle.

County Judge Ed Emmett said he expected new signs to be up on the annex at 701 W. Baker Road in Baytown within weeks.

Greenwood was shot to death early in the morning of April 3, moments after pulling into the parking lot of the annex where he worked for the Precinct 3 constable's office.

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