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Who is Jenelius Crew (San Antonio bar Texas Shooter) Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Jenelius Crew (San Antonio bar Texas Shooter) Biography

Jenelius Crew (San Antonio bar Texas Shooter) Wiki – Jenelius Crew (San Antonio bar Texas Shooter) Biography

Jenelius Crew, a man who claimed to be a UFC fighter, allegedly opened fire outside Rebar, a San Antonio bar, in Texas Friday, San Antonio Police said.

Jenelius Crew Age

He is 37 years old.

Career, Record

Although police said Crew claimed to be a UFC fighter, referring to the Ultimate Fighting Championship, he is not listed on the UFC’s list of 843 athletes.

San Antonio bar Texas Shooting

The suspect opened fire after he was denied entrance into the bar, according to San Antonio Police. He asked the bouncer, “Don’t you know who I am?” before going to his car for a rifle at about 11:30 p.m. Friday, June 12, 2020.
On June 12, 2020, SAPD officers responded to a shooting in progress at a local bar where (8) eight victims had been shot. Homicide detectives began collecting evidence and through the course of the investigation developed information on a suspect. Yesterday, the Homicide Unit obtained (8) eight Aggravated Assault/Deadly Weapon arrest warrants for Jenelius Crew. This morning, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force received information that Jenelius Crew was staying at a hotel located in Miami, FL. While conducting surveillance, task force officers observed Crew exit the hotel room. The Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force and Broward County Sheriff’s Office made contact with Crew and took him into custody without incident. Crew was booked into the Miami-Dade County Jail.
Jenelius Crew, the suspect accused of a shooting at Rebar, a San Antonio, Texas, bar, claimed that he was a UFC fighter from California before opening fire, said San Antonio Police Chief William McManus during a press conference.
A group of four to five people, including two men and two or three women, were together at a bar across the street from Rebar on Broadway Street. They tried to get into Rebar, but a bouncer turned them away, McManus said.
“They were not allowed to go in because they were inebriated,” he said. “One of the two males made a statement, ‘Don’t you know who I am? I’m a UFC fighter from California.’”
He said they walked away, but the male walked to his car, took out a long rifle and walked back across the street to the bar parking lot.
“He opened fire. He hit eight individuals. None of them are deceased. They are in stable condition. The most serious one was hit in the back,” he said.
San Antonio Police collected evidence on the scene that led them to Crew. Information led them to a hotel in Miami, Florida, where they learned Crew was staying. The U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force conducted surveillance on the hotel, and saw him leaving. The task force and Broward County Sheriff’s Office took Crew into custody without incident. He was charged with eight counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, police said.
San Antonio Police said in a statement:
On June 12, 2020, SAPD officers responded to a shooting in progress at a local bar where (8) eight victims had been shot. Homicide detectives began collecting evidence and through the course of the investigation developed information on a suspect. Yesterday, the Homicide Unit obtained (8) eight Aggravated Assault/Deadly Weapon arrest warrants for Jenelius Crew. This morning, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force received information that Jenelius Crew was staying at a hotel located in Miami, FL. While conducting surveillance, task force officers observed Crew exit the hotel room. The Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force and Broward County Sheriff’s Office made contact with Crew and took him into custody without incident. Crew was booked into the Miami-Dade County Jail.

Rebar San Antonio bar Shooting Victims

Eight people were hit, but none were fatally injured, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus. U.S. Marshals arrested Crew, 37, in Miami, Florida, San Antonio Police announced Thursday, six days after the shooting.

Jenelius Crew Charges

Jenelius Crew was in a group of four or five people at a different bar across the street from Rebar earlier in the night. The group included two men and two or three woman, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus. They went over to Rebar, where they were denied entry into the bar because of their levels of intoxication.
“They were not allowed to go in because they were inebriated,” he said. “One of the two males made a statement, ‘Don’t you know who I am? I’m a UFC fighter from California.’”
The group left, but the suspect went to his car and returned with a long gun.
Although the gunman was outside the bar when he began shooting, Greg Bickerstaff, a representative of Rebar, told KSAT bullets were coming through the front door.

Jenelius Crew Arrested

Crew was arrested following a joint effort between law enforcement in multiple states, San Antonio Police said. He was arrested without incident by the The U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force and Broward County Sheriff’s Office following surveillance by the task force.
U.S. Marshal Susan Pamerleau credited the arrest to collaborative efforts by law enforcement in a statement to Fox San Antonio.
““It’s apparent that criminals don’t pay much attention to city limits, county and state lines or even the borders of the United States,” she said. “It’s the collaborative efforts and partnerships with state and local agencies that enable us to reduce violent crime across this nation.”

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