SAPD officers shoot man in the shoulder overnight, according to SAPD

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Police say they were forced to shoot a man after he shot at them first on the west-side overnight. 

The incident occurred around 2:25 a.m. Sunday in the 7500 block of Westlyn Drive near Lackland Terrace Park. 

Police say the man was armed and when officers approached the home the suspect shot at officers twice. 

Police then returned fire and shot the man in the shoulder, according to officials. 

The suspect was transported to a hospital and his condition is unknown at this time. 

According to SAPD Chief William McManus the officers have 1 to 2 years experience on the force and have been placed on administrative duty as a matter of routine. 

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