San Antonio — An armed man described by San Antonio police as “a very violent man who had a very violent past,” said Wednesday that a combination of police and suspects was the fatal end of the shooting. Barricaded himself in an apartment on the Northwest Side.
Police Chief William McManus said the standoff began when a man on parole for murder quarreled with a woman and shot her four times as she fled her apartment in Block 5900 on Danny’s Drive. Said that. McManus was not aware of the relationship between the two.
According to McManus, the man broke into the apartment and barricaded it for several hours. Despite a team of social workers, police interlocutors, mental health officers and male parole officers, he refused to leave the unit.
“He was so lively when he didn’t want to go out,” McManus said.
Around 6:30 a.m. McManus said the suspect began shooting police officers through a window in his apartment.
According to McManus, the police made a round and beat the man on the shoulder. The suspect then pointed his gun at himself and was seriously injured.
The police officer who injured the suspect is a military veteran of 20 years and will hold management positions during the investigation of the case.
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