Rebar shooter in San Antonio claimed he was a UFC fighter

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Hours before UFC hosts an event on ESPN from Las Vegas, Nevada, a man claimed that he worked for the mixed martial arts company that shot up the outside of Rebar in San Antonio, Texas. The authorities are still looking for the suspect at this time.

According to the San Antonio Current, he was from California besides allegedly being employed by the UFC. The suspect has not been identified at this time.

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He injured eight people in the parking lot of the bar. The incident happened at approx. 11:30 pm local time.

The alleged suspect in the shooting tried to enter the Rebar with several friends, but he was turned away. He was turned away because he was intoxicated.

When he was turned away, the alleged suspect in this case went across the street and retrieved a rifle. That’s when he allegedly began to shoot people in the parking lot.

KSAT is reporting that five women and three men were injured in the shooting. The injured were between the ages 23-41.

Two people received grazed wounds and refused medical attention. The other six were transported to a hospital.

“They are all in stable condition, the most serious was someone was hit in the back,” SAPD Chief William McManus told the TV station.

The authorities believe that the alleged suspect was drinking at a nearby establishment with several friends. They are working with the nearby businesses to gather video surveillance to put clues together to gather who their alleged suspect is.

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