Illegal immigrant shot, hospitalized in Texas after allegedly threatening to kill neighbor who asked him to quiet down

The neighbor, 49-year-old William Oliver, has not been charged.

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

On Wednesday, an illegal immigrant in San Antonio, Texas was shot after allegedly threatening to kill his neighbor with a gun in response to a request from the man that he and his female partner calm down during an argument.  

The 21-year-old illegal immigrant and a female bystander who was also struck were taken to hospital and are recovering. The neighbor, 49-year-old William Oliver, has not been charged. 

According to News4, the incident took place around 9:30pm at a housing complex near Vance Jackson Road and Fredericksburg Road.  

The immigrant couple were arguing inside their apartment when Oliver showed up at the door and asked them to tone it down. 

Unhappy with the Oliver's demands, the male illegal immigrant grabbed a gun and proceeded to hold it to his neighbor's head, allegedly threatening to kill him in Spanish. After that, Oliver made his way back to his apartment. 

He was followed by the illegal immigrant, who proceeded to kick his door. At that point, Oliver grabbed his shotgun, loaded it with bird shot ammunition, and shot the man in the hand and foot, with shrapnel striking the female bystander in the leg.  

The illegal immigrant and the bystander were both reported to be in stable condition. Oliver has cooperated with police and is not expected to face any charges. 


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