Seguin man arrested after police officer, woman and child injured in shooting, officials say

Rodney Juarez, 56, is charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon

SEGUIN, Texas – A Seguin police officer and two residents were shot and injured during a domestic disturbance call, according to the Seguin Police Department. The suspected shooter is now in custody.

The incident happened around 2:30 a.m. Sunday in the 600 block of Rosemary in Seguin.

A Seguin police officer and two others were shot and injured during a domestic disturbance call early Sunday, and the shooter is now in custody, according to the Seguin Police Department. (KSAT)

Details are limited on how the events unfolded, but the officer, a woman, and a child were all shot and injured during the domestic disturbance, according to police.

Their injuries were deemed serious but non-life threatening.

*** UPDATE*** The suspect has been apprehended. Shelter in place is no longer in effect. At approximately 2:30 am...

Posted by Seguin Police Department on Sunday, October 10, 2021

The officer was taken to a San Antonio hospital for further treatment. The woman and child were taken to Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, according to a report from The Seguin Gazette.

The suspect, Rodney Juarez, 56, of Seguin, was arrested at the scene. He is charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

A shelter in place that was issued for residents in the areas of the 600 block of Rosemary, Patton and Bauer is no longer in effect.

Further details are limited at this time. We’ll bring more updates as they become available.

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About the Authors:

Cody King is a digital journalist for KSAT 12. She previously worked for WICS/WRSP 20 in Springfield, Illinois.

Jonathan Cotto is a reporter for KSAT's Good Morning San Antonio. Jonathan speaks English and Spanish and is a veteran of the United States Navy. Previously, he worked in South Texas.