Suspect Charged in San Antonio Parking Lot Shootings, 3 Hurt
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Investigators say a man suspected of shooting three people at a San Antonio parking lot during a traffic dispute has been arrested on assault charges.
Bexar (bayr) County jail records show 22-year-old Mario Omar Guerra Jr. of San Antonio was charged Sunday with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was freed Monday on $225,000 bond.
Police Chief William McManus says a dispute broke out Saturday night over how fast a truck drove through a Topgolf entertainment parking lot. Police say the driver opened fire, then sped away.
Three critically wounded victims were transported to a hospital. Their names and updated conditions weren't immediately available.
Online records don't list an attorney to speak for Guerra, who police say was located based on witness descriptions.