Man shoots sister multiple times; victim headed to surgery, San Antonio police say
SAN ANTONIO – A man shot his sister in her home multiple times, sending her to the hospital and directly into surgery, San Antonio police say. The shooting happened Wednesday evening in the 1300 block of Mission Grande on the South Side. The victim, 30, was able to call 911 herself and was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds. Police say following the shooting, the suspect, 25, left the scene and changed shirts. The victim was responsive and talking to first responders at the scene, police say.
This asylum seeker fled to Texas to escape violence, only to test positive for coronavirus while fighting deportation
If one person has COVID, then everyone in the barracks gets quarantined, Beckett said Katty told him. As of this week, 3,183 Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees have tested positive for the virus nationally, including 136 in the El Paso Processing Center where Katty is being held. Meanwhile, criminals continued to shake down her family back in Guatemala, Maria said. So she fled again and crossed into the U.S. illegally in April, this time through El Paso. Beckett said asylum officers in El Paso saw that she had failed her previous credible fear interview and again ordered her deported.