SAPD: Man opens fire at Best Buy store

Dillon Lucadello arrested on deadly conduct with a firearm charge

SAN ANTONIO - A man accused of opening fire at a Best Buy is now behind bars.

Detectives from the San Antonio Police Department's Homicide Division arrested Dillon Lucadello, 21, Wednesday morning in connection with the shooting.

The incident happened on July 10 at the Best Buy in the 6000 block of Northwest Loop 410.

Police said that Lucadello was initially returning some merchandise at the store but then attempted to leave the store with some items he hadn't paid for.

He was confronted by store security, so he he returned the items and left the store.

That's when police say he came back and opened fire at the front of the store using a shotgun.

The shot broke some windows out, but no one was hit.

Police said Wednesday that because Lucadello could have hit someone, he faces a charge of deadly conduct with a firearm.

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