Driver killed moments before officer-involved shooting identified

Suspect faces string of charges

San Antonio police are investigating a shooting reported in the 200 block of Darby on Feb. 21, 2020. (Misael Gomez, KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – Authorities identified the driver who police say was shot by a suspect who later exchanged gunfire with officers.

Luis Guerrero, 35, died of a gunshot would to his chest and abdomen, according to the medical examiner’s office.

Greg Anthony Delgado, who is accused of shooting Guerrero and shooting at police officers, was arrested Friday. He is charged with attempted capital murder, aggravated assault of a public servant and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Pictured is Greg Anthony Delgado, 34.

Officers were called to the 200 block of Darby after receiving calls about a car wreck shortly before 10 a.m.

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When they arrived on the scene, police found Guerrero in the driver’s seat suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest.

Witnesses heard a pop, came outside and saw the crash, according to SAPD Sgt. Michelle Ramos.

Witnesses saw Delgado in the passenger seat, but he fled while they were tending to Guerrero.

Guerrero was pronounced dead around 10 a.m., Ramos said.

Officers made contact with Delgado at Highway 90. Police said he raised his weapon at several officers and fired twice at one officer, Ramos said.

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The officer was not hit, but the shots pierced his driver side door, Ramos said.

One of the officers returned fire, according to Ramos, but Delgado was not hit.

Officers brought Delgado into custody at Lansing Lane without incident, Ramos said.

About the Authors

Jessie Degollado has been with KSAT since 1984. She is a general assignments reporter who covers a wide variety of stories. Raised in Laredo and as an anchor/reporter at KRGV in the Rio Grande Valley, Jessie is especially familiar with border and immigration issues. In 2007, Jessie also was inducted into the San Antonio Women's Hall of Fame.

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