POLICE NOT RELEASING ANY INFORMATION REGARDING ANY SUSPECTS AT THIS TIME. WE GET MORE WE’LL LET YOU KNOW. AGENCIES THAT HELP RESETTLE REFUGEES TO THE UNITED STATES SAY THEY’RE DISAPPOINTED IN THE STATE OF TEXAS AFTER GOVERNOR GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT WITHDREW THE STATE FROM THE PROGRAM. LIVE FOR US RIGHT NOW NORTHEAST DALLAS, JACK FINK. Reporter: WELL DOUG, THE DECISION IS BASED OFF OF SECURITY CONCERNS FOR REFUGEES. AND NOW THE RESETTLEMENT AGENCY SUCH AS CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF DALLAS AND HIAS SAY THEY ARE NOW CONCERNED WHAT THIS IS GOING TO MEAN FOR REFUGEES INCLUDING A SYRIAN FAMILY I MET WHO JUST ARRIVED HERE THIS WEEK. WE LOVE AMERICA. Reporter: THIS MAN AND WIFE AND 11 CHILDREN SAY SHORTLY AFTER THE CIVIL WAR BEGAN IN SYRIA THEY FLED THEIR HOME AND WENT TO LEBANON. IT TOOK THEM TWO AND A HALF YEARS TO GET THE OKAY TO COME HERE. THE CHILDREN THE KIDS FEAR FROM THE SOUND FRONT THE BOMBS — FROM THE BOMBS. THEY’RE SCARED. Reporter: CONCERNORY SYRIAN REFUGEES LIKE THEM IS NOW PROMPTED TEXAS TO WITHDRAW FROM THE REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM. TEXAS WANTED ASSURANCES FROM THE FBI AND DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE THAT THE REFUGEES WOULDN’T POSE A SECURITY THREAT. BUT THE FEDS COULDN’T GUARANTEE THAT. IN A STATEMENT, GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT SAID AS U GOVERNOR I WILL CONTINUE TO PRIORITIZE THE SAY THE OF ALL TEXANS AND URGE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO OVERHAUL THE SEVERELY BROKEN SYSTEM. REPUBLICAN STATE SENATOR AGREES. WE HOPE THERE’S A SAY AND THAT’S THE GOAL. THE GOAL IS THAT THEY LISTEN TO THE GOVERNOR LISTEN TO THE STATE OF TEXAS AND LISTEN TO EAT LECT OFFICIALS. Reporter: BUT THIS MAN SAYS AMERICANS SHOULDN’T BE AFRAID. THEY HOPE TO BECOME CITIZENS ONE DAY. BUT I HOPE THAT WE WILL BE MORE CHILDREN AND WE WILL BE GOOD MEMBERS AND SINCERE. Reporter: NOW, TEXAS ALSO ASKED THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NOT SEND ANY ADDITIONAL REFUGEES TO TEXAS IN THE NEXT BUDGET YEAR. BUT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COULD NOT ACTUALLY COMPLY WITH THAT. SO NOW THE STATE SAYS IT’S GOING TO BE ENDING ALL INVOLVEMENT WITH THIS PROGRAM. JANUARY31st OF 2017. SO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SAYS IT’S STILL GOING TO RESETTLE REFUGEES HERE IN TEXAS. BUT IT’S NOW GOING TO HAVE TO