Mark Allen Utterback charged with intoxication manslaughter : Woman dies in golf cart accident, suspect charged with intoxication manslaughter
Good morning, San Antonio! I’m Elaine and I’m here to update you on the latest news in town. Today, we’ll be covering stories such as a substitute teacher bringing a gun to school, the recovery of 30 missing children by San Antonio’s Marshals, and a man being charged with intoxication manslaughter. But first, let’s take a look at today’s weather: mostly cloudy with a high of 88 and a low of 68.
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In local news, a substitute teacher at a North East ISD school was arrested for bringing a gun to school and conducting active shooter drills without authorization. San Antonio’s U.S. Marshals also located and recovered 30 missing children as part of the national effort “Operation We Will Find You.” Unfortunately, a woman in her 60s died after falling out of a golf cart, and the driver has been charged with intoxication manslaughter.
Looking for something to do today? There are plenty of events happening around town, such as the SATX Vintage Crawl at Blue Star Arts Complex or Kool & The Gang at the Majestic Theatre.
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News Source : Elaine Thompson
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