Bexar County Sheriff investigators are looking into a shooting overnight that sent one of their own to the hospital.
It happened just before 3 a.m. on Sunday at the Fredericksburg Place Apartments, located in the 3400 block of Fredericksburg Road.
According to officials, deputies showed up at the complex looking for a suspect who was wanted for a parole violation.
When they got there, they witnessed what they believed to be a drug deal in progress between several people in different vehicles, including a Jeep.
As the deputies approached the driver of the Jeep, Rudy Gonzalez, 21, officials said Gonzalez slammed his vehicle into the patrol car.
"What we do know is that the suspect put his vehicle in reverse and rammed the patrol vehicle," said Captain Tom Roach with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. "He also went forward at the officers."
At that point, Roach said one of the deputies fired shots into the Jeep, hitting Gonzalez in the arm.
Deputy Gus Trevino, who was working security at the complex at the time and had been assisting the deputies at the scene, was also struck in the face during Sunday morning's incident.
As of Sunday afternoon, officials said it was not clear who fired the shot that hit Trevino, and they are still trying to determine if he was hit by a fragment or a ricochet bullet.
Trevino was released from the hospital Sunday afternoon and was reported to be in good condition.
Gonzalez was taken to University Hospital in stable condition.
Gonzalez faces charges of aggravated assault on a police officer with a deadly weapon and possession of a controlled substance.