SAN ANTONIO – A person who it seems went on a stabbing spree on the Southeast Side early Monday attacked victims at random, in keeping with San Antonio police.
They consider the 23-year-old suspect, who they later took into custody, stabbed two males for no obvious cause.
Police stated the 2 stabbings occurred inside minutes of one another outside an H-E-B and at a VIA bus stop.
In the primary incident at 3:15 a.m., a 62-year-old male contractor was emptying trash cans in entrance of an H-E-B within the 4100 block of S. New Braunfels Ave. when he was approached by a male suspect.
The suspect stabbed the person within the again and fled towards Southcross, police stated. The stabbing sufferer was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in steady situation.
Police say the attacker was described as being in his 20s, dressed all in black and carrying glasses.
Ten minutes later, a person sleeping on a VIA bus stop bench within the 2100 block of E. Southcross was attacked. Police stated he was stabbed within the chest.
They say after the assault, he made his approach to a comfort retailer throughout the road and tried to get assist.
This sufferer, 54, was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in steady situation.
Police tracked down a suspect a short while later and arrested that 23-year-old man.
They say they adopted a blood path a part of the best way, then searched the realm till they discovered him within the 1900 block of Goliad.
The suspect, whose title has not been launched, additionally was bleeding from a lower he suffered on his arm.
Police say he faces two counts of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon.
Copyright 2022 by KSAT – All rights reserved.