Suspect shot twice after opening fire on SAPD officer, chief says

Michael D. Hogan, 52, will be charged with attempted capital murder of police officer

Michael D. Hogan, 52, will be charged with attempted capital murder of police officer. This mugshot is from a prior arrest in January 2020.
Michael D. Hogan, 52, will be charged with attempted capital murder of police officer. This mugshot is from a prior arrest in January 2020. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – A man who opened fire on San Antonio police officers responding to a burglary call was shot twice, Chief William McManus said.

The burglary call came in at 5:06 p.m. Thursday in the 2600 block of Westward Drive.

According to police, Michael D. Hogan, 52, opened fire on the first responding officer. The bullets hit a patrol car window and the computer inside the unit, McManus said.

Suspect shot twice after opening fire on SAPD officer, chief says
Suspect shot twice after opening fire on SAPD officer, chief says

McManus said the second responding officer returned fire, striking Hogan twice. Neither officer involved in the shooting was injured, police said.

Authorities said Hogan was taken to an area hospital and is in stable condition. He is expected to recover from wounds to his torso and leg, police said.

Hogan will be charged with attempted capital murder of a police officer.


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