Texas Officer Honored for Taking Down Theater Shooter
January 04, 2013
The Bexar County (Texas) Sheriff's Office honored the off-duty first responders who stopped a gunman in his tracks inside a crowded movie theater lobby in December.
Sgt. Lisa Castellano, a deputy, and Armando Olguin, with San Antonio Independent School District police, received two standing ovations.
Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz called the two heroes for potentially saving many lives Sunday night when 19-year-old Jesus Manuel Garcia entered the lobby, apparently chasing a coworker, and started shooting.
Read the full WOAI story.
Texas Deputy Stops Theater Shooter
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Norman S. Miller @ 1/5/2013 9:20 AM
Outstanding Work Hats off to that Officer off duty Awarness is Everything.
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