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A man is charged with murder after stabbing another man 13 times at a gas station and moves to the police

San Antonio – A 64-year-old man was detained and charged with murder after San Antonio police said last month that he had fatally stabbed another man 13 times at a gas station on the West Side.

The incident occurred on September 23, 100 blocks on the Enrique Barrera Highway. Just a month later, on Saturday, Juan Besera Jr. went to the police for murder.

Initially, officers were dispatched for ongoing logging in the area. However, after arriving at the scene, police found the victim, Roy Salinas Jr., 50, lying on the ground next to an ice machine with multiple puncture wounds.

Salinas was taken to a university hospital in crisis, but later died of an injury.

As the investigation continued, authorities reviewed a surveillance video that captured the incident. According to the affidavit, the video showed Besera pulling up to a petrol pump in a black truck before getting out of the car.

Officials said Besera approached Salinas, said something to him, and then stabbed him 13 times with a knife.

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Salinas collapsed and Besera escaped from the scene on foot.

Just one day before Besera was detained, police said another man had issued a statement to help with the investigation. He said he drove Besera to a gas station so that he could find the stolen truck earlier in the day, just before the fatal puncture wound occurred.

He told police he didn’t know what Besera was trying to do when they arrived.

According to court records, Bethera’s debt is set at $ 100,000 and he has been charged with murder. He is currently waiting for prosecution.

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A man is charged with murder after stabbing another man 13 times at a gas station and moves to the police

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