McManus: No Credible Threat Against S.A.

Could it happen here? That’s the question on so many minds around the Alamo City in the wake of Sunday Morning’s shooting rampage in Orlando.

“Right now, we don’t have any credible intelligence–or, any intelligence at all to indicate something is about to happen–or, could happen in San Antonio” SAPD Chief William McManus told KTSA Sunday Afternoon, ahead of meetings with local club owners.

However, the Chief did point out there are people who are “on the radar” in the area.

“But, there’s nothing that would raise an immediate alarm. We work with the FBI very closely… and, our Joint Terrorism Task Force to make sure everyone is aware of that data” McManus said.

As for your own security, McManus said it’s up to each of us to keep our eyes open.

“Everyone should be aware, paying attention to their surroundings and the people around them” McManus said.



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