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The release of the videos constitute the first time footage of shootings involving SAPD officers have been released under the department's updated policy. SAN ANTONIO — There's now new insight into recent deadly gunfire involving local officers. San Antonio Police on Thursday released video of two separate shootings that occurred one day apart.
San Antonio police on Thursday released security camera footage showing the April 15 shooting at San Antonio International Airport. Joe Gomez was shot by an officer, then took his own life, after driving the wrong way on a lane leading up to Terminal B at the airport, police have said.
A traffic stop turned violent this past April when a passenger pulled a gun and shot at the officer, injuring him. SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Police Department released body camera video Thursday from an April incident in which an officer shot and killed two men after he was shot in the hand.
A District 3 public safety forum for residents explored how the city is tackling homelessness and street racing on the South Side. Participating in the virtual forum April 27, Police Chief William McManus expressed frustration with the rising number of calls about street racers. More than 100 arrests relating to the unsafe operation of vehicles have been made citywide from September 2020 to mid-April 2021, according to police.
18-year-old identified as person killed by 3 SAPD officers after he allegedly came at them with ‘10 inch blade’
Teen reportedly moved toward officers with knife in hand SAN ANTONIO – Kolton Mitchell Chavez, 18, has been identified as the person who was shot dead by three San Antonio police officers early Thursday morning after he allegedly came at them with a knife. According to SAPD Chief William McManus, Chavez was outside the Family Dollar store in the 2300 block of Castroville Road when he pulled a “10 inch blade” on officers and refused to drop it.
Editor's note: This is part of a weekly series highlighting San Antonio moms in all areas including business, media, food and politicians. Have a mom you want us to highlight? Send Candice a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may see her standing by San Antonio Police Chief William McManus during televised press conferences or giving sound to local reporters.
Man reportedly moved toward officers with knife in hand SAN ANTONIO – A man who was shot and killed by San Antonio police officers was armed with a large knife and refused to drop it, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus. The deadly encounter happened just after 12 a.m. Friday outside a Family Dollar store in the 2300 block of Castroville Road.
San Antonio police shot and killed a man they said was threatening officers with a knife early Thursday morning. According to police, officers responded to the 2400 block of Castroville Road after and an unknown person reported a disturbance involving a man with a gun and a knife.
Officers fired shots after man advanced toward them, chief says SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio’s police chief says officers had no choice but to shoot a man who threatened them with a knife early Thursday. The man later died of his wounds at a hospital. The deadly confrontation happened outside a Family Dollar store in the 2300 block of Castroville Road.
Two women are dead after an altercation led to a shooting on the city's north side, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus The incident happened around 2:40 a.m. Saturday in the 3300 block of Fallen Leaf Lane near Callaghan Road. McManus said four people were inside one vehicle; three women and one man.
Since Monday, when a 28-year-old San Antonio woman was shot and killed in front of her three young children, her story has haunted our collective conscience. Police Chief William McManus described the shooting as “an ambush.” Samantha Lopez was found in the driver’s seat of her vehicle.
Judge Velia Meza says options are available SAN ANTONIO – Following the shooting death of a young mother of three children as she prepared to take them to school on Monday, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus called the system that allows repeat domestic violence offenders to remain free on bond “flawed.”
A man is in critical condition Wednesday after taking a bullet that police said was meant for someone else during a shooting just north of downtown. The man, between 40 and 50 years old, was standing with another person underneath Interstate 35 at North Main Avenue, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said.
While most locals are eagerly counting down the minutes until Memorial Day weekend kicks off, keep in mind that the long holiday weekend impacts a number of city services. Here’s what you should know before heading to the coast (or whatever your plans may be).
San Antonio authorities say they're searching for a suspect following a Wednesday-afternoon shooting near downtown which left one person injured. The incident began near 900 North Main Avenue as an altercation between two people under the highway, eventually devolving into violence when the shooter opened fire, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus.