Man shot, killed following altercation on Culebra Road

Shooting victim still unidentified

A man was killed after he was shot four times Monday morning, San Antonio police said.
A man was killed after he was shot four times Monday morning, San Antonio police said.

SAN ANTONIO – A man was killed after he was shot four times Monday morning, San Antonio police said.

The shooting happened after 9 a.m. in the 2300 block of Culebra Road — between Bandera Road and General McMullen Drive.

Police said when they arrived at the location, the victim was unconscious. Emergency Medical Services crews worked on him, but he died at the scene.

Witnesses told police that the shooting followed an altercation and said after the fight, someone pulled up in a vehicle, fired off rounds and then drove away.

A block away from the shooting scene, KSAT saw a father and son both get into the back of SAPD vehicles, uncuffed. A family member said her brother, who she said has mental issues, lives at the Culebra location and sits out front, and her father goes by to check on him.

There has been “a lot of activity” at the site, she told KSAT, though she did not specify what kind and did not know what had happened there Monday morning.

KSAT attempted to reach the father by phone later in the day for his version of events, but he declined to comment.

The man who was shot still hasn’t been identified by early Monday afternoon, according to the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office.

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