SAN ANTONIO - Authorities in Converse have made an arrest in the murder of a 16-year-old Sunday afternoon. 30-year-old David Martinez II has been taken into custody for the fatal shooting of Reginald Adams. Police were called to the Town Square Apartments just after 1 p.m. Sunday and found Adams shot in the head. Paramedics attempted to save him, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police responded to a call for a shooting on the city's Northwest Side early Monday morning. The shooting was reported just before 6 a.m. at an apartment complex in the 6600 block of Prue Road, located not far from Babcock Road. At this time, it is unclear what the motive was for the shooting and if anyone was hurt. KSAT 12 has a crew at the scene trying to gather more details. Stay with KSAT 12 both online and on-air for the latest information.
CONVERSE, Texas - Converse police said they expect to make as many as two more arrests in connection with the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy. Police took David Louis Martinez, 30, into custody late Sunday on outstanding warrants. He was later charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Reginald "Reggie" Adams. The teen was gunned down in the parking lot of the Town Square Apartments around 1 p.m. Sunday, moments after he left home, police said.
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