Shooting involving 6 teens at Ingram Park Mall injures 1 after round ricochets off ground

Teens uncooperative, charges pending, police say

SAPD: Argument at Ingram Park Mall ends in shooting, 1 transported to hospital
SAPD: Argument at Ingram Park Mall ends in shooting, 1 transported to hospital

SAN ANTONIO – An argument outside Ingram Park Mall between six teenagers ended with one person hit and transported to an area hospital, San Antonio police said.

Officers responded to the mall around 6 p.m. after receiving word of a shooting.

According to police, the teens were outside of the mall when one of them fired a gunshot at the ground. That’s when, police said, the round ricocheted and hit one of them in the lower leg.

Police said officers were able to detain five of the six teens, including the teen wounded.

All the teens were uncooperative and the shooter has not been identified, police said.

The teen shot was taken to University Hospital and is expected to recover.

Police say no one was arrested in relation to the incident, but charges are pending.


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