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Authorities ID man shot, killed by US Marshals at downtown-area hotel
SAN ANTONIO – A man who was shot and killed by U.S. Marshals at a hotel west of downtown San Antonio on Friday has been identified by the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office. Authorities said Michael Anthony Oles, 46, died just after noon from a gunshot wound to...
15-year vet for the BCSO facing termination after DWI arrest on Saturday
The former sergeant is charged with driving while intoxicated, which is a Class B Misdemeanor.
Windcrest PD turns to public for help in search for armed robbery suspect
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The Windcrest Police Department is looking for at least one suspect in what is being labelled an aggravated robbery. Investigators say the victim had pulled up to their home in the 1800 block of Murray Wynn on Tuesday when a Hispanic male in his late 30s or early 40s walked up. Police say the suspect pointed a gun at the victim and ordered them out of the car. The victim complied and the suspect then drove off in a white 2015 BMX X6, pictured below.
New City Ordinance Will Stop Small Texas Town Residents from Feeding Deer 'Doughnuts and Tortillas' on City Property
Some residents in Leon Valley, Texas have made it a habit of feeding the deer, which in itself makes wild animals more likely to think that humans are a food source. To make it worse, the "worst offenders" have been going to a local bakery and buying "doughnuts and tortillas" specifically for feeding the deer, according to the public works director. A new city ordinance will stop the feeding of deer on public property if it is passed.
BCSO, Southwest ISD to hold meeting about School Safety Task Force
SAN ANTONIO — School safety is on top of people's minds for families in southwest Bexar County. Because of that, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office and Southwest ISD will be holding a meeting to give an update on the School Safety Task Force. The BCSO says they’ll be...
Have you seen these men? Duo wanted by law enforcement on a combined 8 felony warrants
SAN ANTONIO – Two San Antonio men, each with lengthy criminal histories in Bexar County, are wanted on a combined eight felony warrants, court records obtained Friday by KSAT 12 show. Baltimore Carlos is currently wanted on two felony warrants for aggravated sexual assault of a child as well...
School of Nursing moves to Live Oak campus
SAN ANTONIO – Wayland Baptist University’s School of Nursing has moved to Live Oak to provide an even higher level of excellence with new state-of-the-art classrooms and simulation labs at the institution’s San Antonio campus. Nursing students began using the new facilities at 8300 Pat Booker Road...
UPDATE #21: Brush Pick Up
The City of Fair Oaks Ranch Brush Pickup Update for Friday, March 24th. An interactive map to help residents find what section they are located in can be found here! The map is best suited for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer. Please remember:. This will be a brush...
San Antonio homeowners can learn how to lower property tax bills at city workshop
SAN ANTONIO – The City of San Antonio is hosting a workshop on Monday to help homeowners learn about exemptions and steps to submit an appeal to lower property taxes. The workshop will be held from 4-7 p.m. at Ron Darner Park Headquarters, which is located in the 5800 block of Enrique M. Barrera Parkway.
FREED Texas helps formerly incarcerated become scholars
Clene Perez is very transparent about her life and doesn’t shy away when talking about being incarcerated. “I didn’t serve too much time; however, it doesn’t mean I wasn’t in a prison. I was more in a mental and emotional prison so it was hard to transition over,” Perez said.
BCSO to discuss safety, ‘dangers’ of THC vape pens at meeting for Southwest ISD
SAN ANTONIO – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office and Southwest Independent School District will hold a safety meeting for residents in the district to discuss THC vape pens and recent crime. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Southwest High School, 11960 Dragon Lane. According...
Why wasn't K-9 Chucky wearing his protective vest?
More questions than confirmed answers on Monday after a violent confrontation killed a Bexar County Sheriff's deputy K-9 in the line of the duty. Authorities say Matthew Reyes Mireles shot and killed K-9 Chucky on Friday night. Mireles led authorities on a multi-county pursuit, he then spent more than 20 minutes on 1604 walking around and pointing his gun at officers.
Medical examiner identifies family of 3 killed in San Antonio murder suicide
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The Bexar County Medical Examiner has released the names of three people killed earlier this week in a murder-suicide. The bodies of 43 year old Jeremy Martinez, 37 year old Shannon Martinez and 7 year old Bailey Martinez were all found at Winding Creek Apartments Monday morning.
'Always an uphill battle' | How two organizations are improving domestic violence trends in Bexar County
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas — As Domestic Violence Awareness Month in March draws to a close, one organization is continuing its work in turning around trends in numbers. It's has been a tragic and violent month for victims of domestic violence in Bexar County. Just in the last month, a...
Man who killed BCSO K-9 Chucky gets max sentence of life in prison
SAN ANTONIO – The man convicted on charges related to the shooting death of Bexar County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Chucky has been sentenced to life in prison. Matthew Mireles was convicted in December of interfering with a police service animal, evading arrest, and eight counts of aggravated assault of a public servant.
Kendall County sheriff sued for allegedly beating the shit out of man during active shooter training
The plaintiff, a San Antonio nurse practitioner, said he suffered a torn right shoulder that required several surgeries.
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Two shot and seriously injured in Bexar County, authorities say
SAN ANTONIO — Two people who were shot and injured in Bexar County came to a police substation the east side to seek help Friday afternoon, the San Antonio Fire Department confirmed. The Bexar County Sheriff's Office was called to take over the case when officers learned that the...
San Antonio area seeing a troubling trend when it comes to stolen vehicles
SAN ANTONIO – A troubling trend is emerging when it comes to vehicle thefts in the San Antonio area. Figures show the numbers of thefts in both the city and country so far this year are already outpacing those for the same time period last year. “We’re definitely seeing...
SAPD searching for additional suspects in death of 17-year-old whose body was found in burning car
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department is asking for the public’s help in searching for additional suspects responsible for the death of a 17-year-old boy whose body was found in a burning vehicle. Sebastian Vasquez Carpio, 17, was reported missing on Sept. 19, 2020. The following...
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