VIDEO: Gun-toting Texans open fire on man repeatedly running over homeless woman in school parking lot

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A suspect was arrested Saturday afternoon just hours after police say he killed a woman by running over her several times at a Northeast Side elementary school parking lot, prompting two bystanders to open fire on the man’s vehicle.

San Antonio Police Department Sgt. David Renn said John Bogard, 89, was arrested by Windcrest Police around 6 p.m. in the 8400 block of Corto Circle. He was in Bexar County Jail on Saturday night; bail was set at $100,000.

The article goes on to state the following:

Earlier, Renn said the two bystanders opened fire on a silver Ford Fusion when they saw it hit the unnamed woman in her 50s, about 2:50 p.m. in the parking lot of Walzem Elementary School, 4618 Walzem Road.

 “He was apparently driving over her, backing up, driving over her, backing up,” Renn said.

The school was closed for the weekend and the parking lot was empty. The bystanders were driving by when they saw the attack on the woman. They pulled over and started firing at the vehicle, police said.

 One of the bystanders managed to flatten the Fusion’s front tire, but the driver was able to get away, investigators said.

My San Antonio further reported: “The two bystanders who intervened and fired shots at the man each have a license to carry a handgun, police said. The two are being treated as witnesses in the case.”

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