SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Police officers report a San Antonio man fatally shot his relative. Additionally, the incident occurred on Thursday morning around 9:45 a.m..
Specifically, the man shot his relative in the backyard of an East Side home. The home is located in the 400 block of Dorie Street.
The San Antonio Police Department identified the man as 67 year-old Darryl Webb. However, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus did not identify the victim.
Additionally, Police spokesperson Doug Greene reported to the press that officers responded to a call about a dispute. Furthermore, Greene stated that the dispute escalated until Webb shot his relative multiple times. Gruesomely, he shot his relative multiple times in the upper torso and head region.
Thankfully, police officers responding to the scene apprehended Webb without incident. Then, they took him into custody.
Spokesperson Greene further commented that Webb cooperated with investigators. However, he did not choose to comment to the media. Then, he was taken to Bexar County Jail.
The San Antonio Police Department have added that they believe Webb and the deceased man have a “history of disputes” between the two of them.
Greene added, “It spilled over today and led, unfortunately, to the death of the victim”.
Additionally, Webb has a criminal background. Officials have previously convicted him for murder and aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.
Webb and his brother robbed and murdered a taxi driver in August 1982. They killed the driver, Rogelio Rodriguez, in the 2600 block of Dignowity Street. Tragically, Rodriguez had only been working as a taxi driver for three days prior to his death.
After serving time, Darryl Webb was released from prison in 2006.