The shooting was prompted by a fight at about a. Two suspects involved in the fight got into a red Nissan sedan, and opened fire on a crowd of people as they sped away. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said a shooting outside a bar on San Antonio's gay strip is not believed to have been a hate crime and was carried out by an "angry patron who probably had too much to drink and was kicked out of the club. Three people were hospitalized after the shooting outside the Pegasus bar in the block of North Main Avenue early Monday morning, according to police. Two men and a woman were hit by the gunfire. All are in their 20s.
The attack at Puzzles, 10 years later: A night that changed New Bedford
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Jacob D. Saturday when he tried to stop Robida, who was wanted in connection with an attack Thursday at a gay bar in New Bedford, Mass. It was not clear whether Sell knew who Robida was when he tried to stop him. Officers pursued the suspect into the town of Norfork, where officers set out spike strips intended to puncture his car tires. The car passed over the spikes without stopping. Moments later, the chase ended with an exchange of gunfire, Sadler said. Robida was wounded.
Man, 18, sought after gun, hatchet attack at gay bar
She is a co-founder of the former Marriage Equality Coalition, formed in to support gay marriage legislation. It was her group that organized a vigil and forum to commemorate the attack that many say marked the city's coming of age in acceptance of its gay community. It started people thinking.
CNN -- An year-old suspected in hatchet attacks and shootings at a Massachusetts gay bar died Sunday after a gunbattle with Arkansas police, authorities said. Investigators said year-old Jacob Robida shot and killed a police officer and his own female companion, year-old Jennifer Bailey of Charleston, West Virginia, before being mortally wounded by police. Robida died in a Missouri hospital about 1, miles from his home in New Bedford, Massachusetts, where he was wanted on three counts of attempted murder and hate crimes. He was captured Saturday night after he fatally shot Gassville, Arkansas, police officer James Sell during a traffic stop, prompting a mile police chase that reached speeds of more than 90 mph, Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said. Watch Sadler describe what happened --