Rap video leads Bexar deputies to weapons, drug bust

Geoffrey Gomez arrested, booked on multiple charges, deputies say


SAN ANTONIO – Drugs and weapons were discovered while a group of a people were preparing to shoot a rap video, according to the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies arrived late Wednesday in the 18400 block of SH 16 South after several people were reportedly being loud near some vacant homes.

Deputies found a large group of people, who said they were preparing to shoot a rap video, the Sheriff's Office said.

It's believed the group may have broken into one of the vacant homes and vandalized it with graffiti, deputies said.

Deputies found marijuana, cocaine, prescription drugs, a MAC-10 pistol, a semiautomatic handgun and an AK-47 with a 75-round drum magazine while searching one of the vehicles at the location, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Geoffrey Gomez, 22, was arrested and booked for possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, unlawful carrying of a weapon and possession of a prohibited firearm, deputies said.

Gomez was magistrated and released Thursday.