SAN ANTONIO – A 30-year-old man who arrived at Children's Hospital of San Antonio early Thursday morning suffering from gunshot wounds is believed to be the victim of a Northwest side shooting.
San Antonio police said the victim showed up at the hospital before 4 a.m. Outside the emergency room doors, they also found his bullet riddled sport utility vehicle.
Moments before police received a call about shots fired in the 2000 block of Bandera Road. Officers initially went to location but found no evidence of a shooting there, police said.
However, when they found out about the gunshot victim at the hospital downtown, officers went there and questioned him. They said the man was being uncooperative when it came to offering details about who shot him but did tell them where it happened.
Investigators returned to the 2000 block of Bandera Road and recovered multiple shell casings in the street.
The victim suffered gunshot wounds to his leg and backside. He was transferred to University Hospital for treatment.