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San Antonio Police Release Video of Officer-Involved Shooting

San Antonio Police Release Video of Officer-Involved Shooting

San Antonio Police Department: Critical Incident Video Release Ada Street

San Antonio Police Department Press Release

SAN ANTONIO (June 15, 2022) – The San Antonio Police Department today released footage from two separate officer-involved shootings that occurred on May 27th and May 28th.

On May 28th. Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated male shooting a gun. Officers located the suspect, Roger Flores, 29, at the intersection of Ada and Goliad Road. Flores was armed with a handgun. Officers set up a perimeter for the safety of the suspect and the neighborhood residents. Officers attempted to de-escalate and negotiate with Flores for over two hours, but he refused to put his weapon down. At one point during the negotiations, Flores raised his weapon in the direction of officers on the perimeter. A SWAT officer fired one round, striking Flores. He was taken into custody and treated for his injuries. He has been charged with one count of Aggravated Assault of a Public Servant.

As with all officer-involved shootings, the District Attorney’s Office is investigating each incident.

Background information on the Department’s updated Body-Worn Camera Procedure: The San Antonio Police Department updated its Body-Worn Camera Department Procedure in December 2020 to release portions of videos and 911 calls related to critical incidents involving officer-involved shootings or use of force resulting in the death of an individual. The release of information is balanced with other sound public policy objectives including privacy and due process. Videos related to domestic violence will not be released unless the Police Chief believes that the release will serve a law enforcement purpose.

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