Police identify people involved in deadly West San Antonio IHOP shooting on Saturday
These individuals are accused in a fatal shooting at an IHOP at Loop 410 and Marbach Road, police say. SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police say they have identified the three people involved in a shooting at an IHOP on the West Side over the weekend. The shooting investigation began after 44-year-old Kevin Clifton was shot by a suspect during an argument on Saturday at the IHOP near SW Loop 410 and Marbach Road. Police announced they identified the individuals a day after releasing surveillance footage from the restaurant. The people in the video are cooperating with investigators, police say.
San Antonio police release footage of 3 suspects arriving at IHOP before fatal shooting
SAPD homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man and two women seen in this surveillance footage. They are accused in a fatal shooting at an IHOP at Loop 410 and Marbach Road, police say. SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police have released surveillance footage of three suspects accused in a fatal shooting at an IHOP over the weekend. pic.twitter.com/iYz2Rc6G4F — San Antonio PD (@SATXPolice) March 15, 2021The three suspects then got into an unknown vehicle and fled the scene before officers arrived. SAPD homicide detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the man and two women in the surveillance video.
Nightly closures for Loop 410 and 151 area in San Antonio
Construction work on Texas 151 and Loop 410 will close both routes Monday Feb. 8 through Feb. 15, according to a blog post from the Texas Department of Transportation. RELATED: Why it will soon feel like winter in San AntonioAll the main lines of Loop 410 will close from W. Military Drive to Marbach Road for bridge work from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Then nearby, drivers can expect full closure of eastbound mainlanes from Ingram Road to Loop 410 for continued construction of flyover ramps also from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. The routes have been traced in Google maps above.mysanantonio.com
Firefighters respond to fire at fireworks stand in West Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County firefighters responded to a fire at a fireworks stand in West Bexar County early Thursday morning. In a video sent to the KSAT newsroom, firefighters were seen battling a blaze around 6 a.m. near a Mr. W. stand near on S. Ellison just inside Loop 1604. The Bexar County Fire Department said the fire was put out around 7:45 a.m. No one was hurt by the fire. The fire department said they do not believe the cause to be suspicious in nature and that the damage is estimated at $55,000. The Bexar County Fire Marshals office is conducting an investigation.
UPDATE: Missing 9-year-old boy in San Antonio located, police say
Jovon Eugene Simpson was last seen Sunday in the 7000 block of Marbach Road. SAN ANTONIO – Update (6 a.m. Dec. 21): The San Antonio Police Department has said that 9-year-old Jovon Simpson has been located. Original (8:17 p.m. Dec. 20): A search is underway for a missing 9-year-old boy in San Antonio, according to San Antonio police. Jovon Simpson was last seen Sunday in the 7000 block of Marbach Road. Anyone with more information on Simpson’s whereabouts is urged to contact the San Antonio Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at (210) 207-7660.
Major closures on Loop 410 planned for this weekend in West San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO – Attention drivers — you may need to adjust your routes this weekend. The Texas Department of Transportation has announced major closures on I-410 in West San Antonio to install steel beams and continue construction on flyover ramps. Drivers that are traveling southbound on Loop 410 will be detoured to the frontage roads before Military Drive. Then, drivers can re-enter the main lanes after the Marbach Road intersection, according to TxDOT. Officials say drivers traveling eastbound will be detoured to the peripheral streets.
Teenager killed after running out onto Loop 410 near Marbach Road
Teenager killed after running out onto Loop 410 near Marbach RoadA teenager was killed Wednesday, Sept. 23, after getting hit by a vehicle on a West Side highway. A teenager was killed Wednesday, Sept. 23, after getting hit by a vehicle on a West Side highway. Photo: Ken Branca Photo: Ken Branca Image 1 of / 14 Caption Close Teenager killed after running out onto Loop 410 near Marbach Road 1 / 14 Back to GalleryA teenager was killed Wednesday night after getting hit by a vehicle on a West Side highway. San Antonio police said the 18-year-old man was darting across the main lanes of traffic on Loop 410 near Marbach Road and U.S. 90, just after 11:30 p.m., when he was hit. Taylor Pettaway is a breaking news and general assignment reporter for MySA.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | @TaylorPettawaymysanantonio.com
17-year-old hit, killed by vehicle while trying to cross Loop 410 identified
SAN ANTONIO – UPDATE: The 17-year-old killed while trying to cross Loop 410 has been identified as 17-year-old Damian Frank Escobar. (Original Story)San Antonio police say it does not appear a driver was to blame for a crash on the West Side that killed a pedestrian. The crash happened around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday on Loop 410 near Marbach Road. Police said a 17-year-old was attempting to cross the highway when he was hit by an Audi. Police said the driver did remain at the scene afterward and try to help the man.
Driver shot in car after man, woman flagged him down on street, San Antonio police say
SAN ANTONIO A man was shot early Monday while trying to help a man and woman who flagged him down as he was driving, San Antonio police say. Officers responded to the scene around 2 a.m. in the 8100 block of Marbach Road, where the man was found in his vehicle, bleeding from a gunshot wound to his shoulder. The man was flagged down by a man and woman as he was driving on Marbach, police said. As he rolled down the window, police said, one suspect fired a shot at him. The woman accused in the incident has not been captured.
Family escapes burning home on West Side; woman suffers burns
SAN ANTONIO – A woman was hospitalized after suffering burns in a fire early Friday. The woman suffered burns on her upper body after her clothes caught fire, according to a battalion chief. She was able to put out the flames herself by rolling on the floor, the battalion chief said. Firefighters said it appears the fire started in the front bedroom, where the woman was sleeping. The battalion chief said there is smoke damage throughout the home.
Man brandishes handgun, demands cash at Stop and Save, police say
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police and Crime Stoppers are looking for the person responsible for an aggravated robbery of a Stop and Save on the city’s West Side. According to police, the suspect (seen above) walked up to the counter wearing a hoodie and displayed a handgun, demanding money from the register. Anyone with any knowledge of the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (210) 224-STOP. Tips can also be texted to CRIMES (274637) or by visiting the Crime Stoppers website. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
Find out if your commute will be affected by this weekends road closures
Westbound frontage road left lane between Bulverde Road and Redland Road for embankment work. Houston St., turn around, and take the northbound frontage road to Ackerman Road. The right northbound frontage road lane between Marbach Road to Meadow Leaf Drive for installing an electric service pole. DETOUR: Traffic traveling west on Marbach Road will be detoured to the northbound frontage road and turnaround at SH 151 to access southbound I-410 frontage road. Traffic traveling east on Marbach Road will be detoured to the southbound frontage road and utilize the east and northbound cloverleafs to access the I-410 northbound frontage road.
Woman Hit By Truck Overnight in Parking Lot of Sports Bar on Marbach Road
A young woman was taken to a hospital for treatment after being hit by a truck in a bar parking lot overnight.Police said the woman was walking in the outside Speedway Sports Bar on Marbach Road when a truck hit her just after midnight. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, San Antonio Current has been keeping San Antonio informed for years. Its never been more important to support local news sources. If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to San Antonio Current. Every reader contribution is valuable and so appreciated, and goes directly to support our coverage of critical issues and neighborhood culture.sacurrent.com
Men brandishing firearm attack Stop-N-Sav employee in parking lot, police say
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police and Crime Stoppers are looking for the two people responsible for the assault and robbery of a Stop-N-Sav employee. The robbery occurred Oct. 19 in the parking lot of the Stop-N-Sav store in the 7300 block of Marbach Road. Anyone with any knowledge of the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers at (210) 224-STOP. Tips can also be texted to CRIMES (274637) or by visiting the Crime Stoppers website. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
DEA to take back unused prescription drugs Saturday at H-E-B stores
iStock/GelpiSAN ANTONIO - H-E-B and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public an opportunity to responsibly dispose potentially dangerous expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs as part of the DEA's National Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. People can bring their pills for disposal to the following H-E-B locations in San Antonio:El Mercado H-E-B, 2130 Culebra RoadRoad McCreless Market H-E-B plus!, 3524 S. New BraunfelsMarket H-E-B plus!, 3524 S. New Braunfels Marbach & 410 H-E-B plus!, 8219 Marbach Road& 410 H-E-B plus!, 8219 Road Bandera & 1604 H-E-B plus!, 11650 Bandera Road& 1604 H-E-B plus!, 11650 Road Zarzamora & Military H-E-B plus!, 7010 South ZarzamoraThe service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Sites can only accept pills or patches. More health news from KSAT.com:Good mood foods boost health, happinessShould you stop drinking for a month for better health? Gravity blankets could be your cure for insomnia, anxiety, restlessnessCopyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
Suspects accused of stealing golf carts, driving them out of storage yard
SAN ANTONIO - Two suspects are accused of breaking into a storage facility on the West Side and stealing golf/utility carts. The men allegedly jumped over the fence of the Life Storage yard at 9403 Marbach Road overnight on Sept. 26. They then cut the lock of the maintenance building, stole two carts and drove them out the exit gate into a vacant lot, according to police. Crime Stoppers may pay a reward of up to $5,000 for tips that lead to arrests. Those with information may call Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP (7867), text CRIMES (274637) or visit the Crime Stoppers website.
Gabriels Liquor and Dons & Bens Files to Shutter Some San Antonio Stores as Part of Bankruptcy Filing
Instagram / gabrielsliquor5222 De Zavala Road in San Antonio3138 S.E. Military Dr. in San Antonio1734 Pat Booker Road in Universal City10235 Ironside Dr. in San Antonio6915 Bandera Road in Leon Valley8336 Marbach Road in San AntonioAfter filing for chapter 11 reorganization last month, the owner of Gabriels Liquor and Dons & Bens Liquor has asked a court to let it close six local stores and reject leases for three others, the Express-News reports Citing court papers, the daily reports that Gabriel Investment Group Inc. has identified the following stores for closure:The company also wants to reject leases for these three:Currently, Dons & Bens operates 30 stores and Gabriels another 15.sacurrent.com
Traffic Alert: New exit from Loop 410 to Hwy 151 closed
SAN ANTONIO - The new exit from Loop 410 northbound to Highway 151 will be closed Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon for crash cushion repair work, TxDOT said in a tweet. Motorists are urged to use the Marbach Road exit during that time. TRAFFIC/CLOSURE ALERT: The new exit from I-410 northbound to SH 151 will be closed starting this afternoon through tomorrow afternoon for crash cushion repair work. Please use the Marbach Road exit in the meantime. #trafficalert #satx #txdot pic.twitter.com/eXg3C0jC7m TxDOT San Antonio (@TxDOTSanAntonio) August 27, 2019For more information on traffic you can click here to view our traffic page on KSAT.com.