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More arrests made in beating death of man in San Antonio homeless camp

November 9th, 2017 - Comments Off

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Two more suspects were arrested by police in the case of a man who was allegedly tied up and beaten to death with wooden boards.

San Antonio police reportedly arrested Henry Rios, 32, and Rantrail DaJuan Barnett, 28, on Wednesday on suspicion of murder.

The men allegedly killed Rashad Ladson, 30, on Oct. 8 near abandoned buildings in the 4700 block of Rittiman Road. Three others were previously arrested in the case.

Ladson had allegedly entered a homeless camp with a gun and walked into a shed. he allegedly told several men inside to “break yourselves,” a street terminology used in a robbery, according to an affidavit.

Investigators said the men inside the shed overpowered Ladson and began struggling with him over the gun.  Eventually, they took the gun away from him.

After Ladson was disarmed, the people continued beating him using wooden boards, their fists and feet, and the gun they had taken away from him, the warrant says.

“At this point, the victim was helpless,” detectives said.

The men then tied Ladson up with duct tape and continued beating him for two hours, according to investigators.

A witness told police that the fatal blow was dealt with a four by four. Ladson’s body was then dragged to the Rittiman location, the affidavit says.

Edward Hudson, Edward Grant, and Samuel Rocha Morin have been arrested since October 12.

A sketch of suspect who shot and killed a 3-year-old boy on Nov. 4, 2017

Meanwhile, in an unrelated incident, authorities released Thursday a sketch of the man believed to be responsible for shooting and killing a three-year-old boy.

Authorities said Rene Blancas Jr. was shot in the head while in a car near the intersection of New Laredo Highway and Briggs Avenue Saturday night.

Police believe the shot came from a beige or gold 2006 Honda Civic.The sketch depicts a clean-shaven man with short hair. He is wanted for capital murder.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to call homicide detectives at 210-207-7635 or submit a tip anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 210-224-7867.

Mfrances is a news writer for NinjaCOPS.com where you can get high quality wholesale stun guns, self-defense weapons, and rechargeable stun gun flashlights.

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