SAPD: Man wanted in stabbing of wife, teenage stepson

Police looking for Carlos Robinson, 69

SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are searching for a 69-year-old man in San Antonio’s East Side after officers said he stabbed his wife and her teenage son on Tuesday morning.

Police were called to the 600 block of Ferris Avenue around 9:30 a.m., according to Officer Alisia Pruneda.

The teen told police he heard a verbal altercation between his mother and the suspect. He found the suspect with a sharp object and attempted talking to him in an effort to disarm him, Pruneda said.

The suspect, who had already stabbed the woman, stabbed the teen and fled from the home. Police are looking for Carlos Robinson, 69, on three felony warrants. If anyone seems him is urged to call 911.

Pruneda said the teen was conscious, but the woman was stabbed multiple times and rushed to the hospital in serious but stable condition.

Neighbors said they couldn’t provide many details about the family because they had moved in about six months to a year ago.

”That house, like people always come and go,” said Jadie Santiago, who lives across the street.

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