The teen was strolling via the residence advanced when photographs rang out and he was hit.
SAN ANTONIO — A teen was shot in the leg in a drive-by shooting at an east-side residence advanced early Thursday morning.
It occurred round 1:05 a.m. on the 4000 block of E Southcross in Pecan Valley.
When officers arrived, they discovered the 14-year-old boy with a gunshot wound to his left thigh.
Police say the younger man stated he was strolling into the residence advanced grounds, close to the entrance gate, when he heard a number of photographs ring out. The teen then stated he felt the hit and referred to as police.
Officers say they do not have an outline of the shooter or doable suspects at this time.
All the boy stated is he heard and felt the photographs and noticed a automobile drive away on Southcross.
Police say the investigation remains to be energetic.
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