SAPD: 3 juveniles arrested after officer-involved shooting on West Side

One suspect was shot in the foot, authorities say

SAN ANTONIO – Three juveniles are in custody after an officer-involved shooting on the West Side, according to San Antonio Police Department.

The shooting broke out Saturday around 3 p.m. in the 1200 block of Lombrano Street.

Officers spotted three juveniles in a stolen gray SUV and began following them, police said.

A short chase ensued and one of the juveniles fired at an officer, authorities say.

All three juveniles eventually got out of the vehicle and the officer returned fire, hitting one of the suspects in the foot.

The suspect that was shot in the foot was later arrested.

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Hours later, authorities say the other two suspects surrendered right in the parking lot of one of their substations after a police pursuit.

The chase started on the South Side of the city and ended at the SAPD Central Patrol Station near the magistrate’s office.

Both of the suspects inside the car surrendered, officials say.

Police say all three are now in custody. One suspect is facing an aggravated assault charge and the other two suspects are expected to be charged with theft of a vehicle and evading arrest.

The officer that shot the minor has been placed on administrative duty, pending the outcome of the investigation, according to SAPD Chief McManus.

Additionally, police are also investigating a separate robbery at a CVS Pharmacy on Culebra Road, which happened moments before the officer-involved shooting.

All of the suspects involved in the CVS Pharmacy robbery are still at large.

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