Search continues for two men who rammed Bexar County Deputy’s vehicle

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The search for two men who rammed a Bexar County Deputy’s vehicle continues.

The Deputy was responding to a call in the 200 block of Coriander Bend on the far West side Saturday morning.

Someone had called 911 and asked for police to be sent but didn’t offer an explanation why.

Deputies arrived at the scene and found three men in a front yard, one of them had a head injury.

As one of the Deputies got out of his patrol vehicle, one of the men jumped in a black Nissan and took off.

Two other Deputies began chasing the man and it was during the pursuit that the driver of the Nissan steered the car into one of the patrol vehicles.

That Deputy wasn’t hurt in the crash but the second Deputy got out of his cruiser and fired at the Nissan as it left the scene.

The car was eventually found near Coal Mine Rise with serious damage to the front.

Surveillance video from a nearby home showed two men getting out of the car and running into some woods.

Anyone with information can call the Sheriff’s Office at 210-335-6000.


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