Shooting spree in San Antonio

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email
A San Antonio man is being held on a $400,000 bond after a shooting spree left two men dead and another near death.

San Antonio police are trying to determine what set off 28-year-old Charles Ray Hall.

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (NBC) - A San Antonio man is being held on a $400,000 bond after a shooting spree left two men dead and another near death.

San Antonio police are trying to determine what set off 28-year-old Charles Ray Hall.

The first victim was 50-year-old Rogelio Ramos, who was gunned down Monday night after an apparent altercation with hall.

Police say a 67-year-old man, Lawrence Carroll, was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon after he answered hall's knock on his apartment door.

Then Tuesday evening a security guard at Carroll's apartment complex was shot and seriously wounded.

Hall was found sitting on a bench nearby.

Court documents stated that he acknowledged the shootings.

Records show he has a long criminal record that includes burglary and credit card abuse convictions.

According to officials, the wounded officer is in stable condition.


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