Police did not confirm the age of the victim, but a woman was transported to the hospital.
SAN ANTONIO — A woman was grazed by a bullet in the neck on the city’s northwest side Tuesday afternoon, officials said.
San Antonio Police responded to the apartment complex located at Mockingbird Lane and Fredericksburg Road to reports of a possible shooting.
Police said the suspect and the victim were arguing when six to seven shots were fired off, one grazing the victim in the neck.
Police say the victim is not being cooperative, but was taken to the hospital in serious condition.
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