SAN ANTONIO – Update (Sunday, August 7): A standoff at an apartment complex on the city’s North Side involving a suspect wanted for multiple crimes has ended peacefully after 76 hours, San Antonio police said.
The standoff started Wednesday night after police received a tip that a suspect with four out-of-county arrest warrants, including murder, was inside a Stone Oak apartment complex.
On Sunday, at approximately 3:09 a.m. the suspect, identified in jail records as Sone Quintero Rojas, surrendered peacefully and was taken into custody, according to SAPD.
Taken to the Bexar County Jail, the man has been booked for the following charges:
- Murder, First-degree felony with a bond of $500,000.
- Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, Second-degree felony with a bond of $300,000.
- Parole Violation, Third-degree felony
- Property Theft, Class B Misdemeanor with a bond of $500.
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Update (Saturday, Aug. 6): San Antonio police are at a Stone Oak apartment complex on Saturday, where they say a male suspect remains inside a unit.
The standoff has spanned three days so far. On Friday, a female officer could be heard telling the man to “stop acting like a little girl” and “be a man.”
“You’re 42 years old, act like it,” an officer was heard saying on a loudspeaker.
The standoff started around 11 p.m. Wednesday at an apartment complex in the 1200 block of Agora Palms Drive, behind Methodist Stone Oak Hospital.
Police said they received a report that a man wanted for out-of-county warrants, including murder, was inside an apartment unit.
On Friday, police said the name “Sone Rojas” repeatedly over the speaker, but authorities have not released the name of the suspect.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
Original (3:06 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4): San Antonio police are working to end a standoff peacefully after receiving a tip that a suspect with four out-of-county arrest warrants, including murder, was inside an apartment unit on the North Side.
Police received a tip from a confidential informant around 11 p.m. Wednesday that a man in his 40s in an apartment in the 1200 block of Agora Palms Drive had felony warrants from out of the county.
Officers then got involved and called SWAT and negotiators to the scene.
Police say there is no active threat to the public. They are working to resolve this as peacefully as possible, officials said.
KSAT will update this story with the latest information as it becomes available.