SAN ANTONIO – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Workplace is deploying its cellular substation following an uptick in violent crimes on the Northeast Aspect.
The latest of those crimes was a double deadly capturing that occurred Thursday night time within the 7300 block of Rubens Drive. A 20-year-old man, recognized as Robert Smith, and a 14-year-old, who has not been recognized, had been killed within the capturing.
Sheriff Javier Salazar stated a gaggle of individuals met to conduct a marijuana transaction. Nevertheless, through the drug deal, suspects approached the scene whereas armed with weapons.
The suspects allegedly tried to rob Smith and the 14-year-old. Each of the victims had been shot whereas of their automobile, they usually had been pronounced lifeless on the scene, in response to the BCSO.
Different folks had been contained in the automobile as properly, however nobody else was injured. No suspects have been arrested in connection to the capturing as of but.
Sheriff Salazar stated different incidents have occurred within the space just lately, together with a person in his 50s who was hit and killed by a automobile close to the intersection of Winsford and Oldham Drive earlier this week.
Deputies tried to carry out CPR on the person after they arrived round 9:30 p.m. Nonetheless, the person died from his accidents.
Particulars on the incident are restricted, and the person has not but been recognized. No suspects have been arrested on this case both, in response to the BCSO.
Residents within the space can count on to see extra exercise from the BCSO and different helping companies conducting cellular patrols.
Sheriff Salazar stated Kirby police, Converse police, the Division of Public Security and different companies will help the cellular efforts.
Anybody with extra data on Thursday’s deadly capturing or different incidents within the space is urged to contact the BCSO at (210) 335-6000.
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