San Antonio Road Rage
Police are stating they do not plan to charge the shooter, 24 year old Brian Correa. "It was apparent to us that he was defending himself," said police spokesman Sgt. Gabe Trevino. The medical examiner's office identified the dead man as Tomas Garza.
Witnesses state Garza swerved his Mitsubishi Lancer behind Correa's Chevrolet Camaro around 1 a.m. Tuesday, aggressively trying to hit the Camaro. The cars were forced to a stop at a traffic light, and Garza got out of his vehicle with a baseball bat. He hit the Camaro several times with the bat, according to the police report.
Correa ordered Garza to stop, but Garza advanced towards him. Correa defended himself, shooting Garza three times. "I'm still really shaken up. I don't really want to talk about it at all," Correa told a reporter when contacted at his home. The wailing Wilma's have yet to emerge.