San Antonio ISD officers arrest one juvenile, searching for two others accused of stealing car

A chase from the Sam Houston High School area ended in the Medical Center with one suspect in custody.

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio ISD says one juvenile was arrested and they are searching for two suspects after police chased a stolen car.

San Antonio Independent School District officers are searching for two male suspects accused of stealing a vehicle.

The district said that officers began pursuing the stolen car from the Sam Houston High School area to the Medical Center.

The suspects jumped out of a blue Hyundai Elantra in the 4000 block of Bluemel Road and took off.

Our KENS 5 crew arrived to the scene to find the blue vehicle stopped in the middle of the road with a police car behind it. An officer said that they believe the suspects took off to a nearby apartment complex.

According to an SAPD detective, it’s likely the suspects used a USB cord to steal the car. 

SAISD says officers ran the plates and realized the car was stolen when it was spotted in the Sam Houston High School area, but say the car nor the suspect are associated with the school.

The district says the car was stolen from the Medical Center area, near the area where it was abandoned during the police pursuit.

One juvenile was arrested for unauthorized use of motor vehicle and evading. A firearm was also recovered.

A district police officer told KENS 5 crews on scene that no injuries were reported.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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