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San Antonio, Texas - Nabor Marquiz Ramos Arrested As Suspect in Fatal Shooting Outside Dragon Sports Bar

Dragon Sports Bar in San Antonio
Published: December 4, 2018
By: Paul
Last Updated on December 16, 2020

Suspect Arrested, Victim Identified in Fatal Northwest San Antonio Bar Shooting

One man was killed and another is in custody following a deadly shooting at a sports bar on San Antonio's Northwest side. 28-year-old Nabor Marquiz Ramos has been arrested and charged with the murder of 41-year-old Xavier Avila for the fatal shooting of November 26.

The shooting occurred at approximately 2:30 a.m. on Monday outside of the Dragon Sports Bar, near the intersection of Bandera Road and Quill. Police believe an argument started inside the bar and progressed outside before escalating into a shooting.

The fight turned physical and Ramos pulled out a handgun and shot Avila. Avila died at the scene.

Police discovered a handgun near the scene, which will be tested to determine if it is the murder weapon.

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