SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A 27-year-old man allegedly shot a second man several times during a fight in a Webster-area gas station parking lot Friday and accidentally shot himself once in the leg in the process.
Darik Tesera opened fire on the 43-year-old victim outside an Arco am/pm store on Home Avenue near Fairmont Avenue around 2:30 a.m., according to San Diego police. The victim was struck several times and was taken to a hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Tesera called the police after he somehow shot himself in the leg. San Diego police Officer Tony Martinez said Tesera was hospitalized, and would be booked into jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon upon his release.
It was not immediately clear what the fight was about.
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Described as “Etsy comes to life,” the popular urban-style handmade market is feminine and fun, hosting vendors who make their products by hand. This will be the 24th Queen Bee Market since its creation in 2010.
Described as “Etsy comes to life,” the popular urban-style handmade market is feminine and fun, hosting vendors who make their products by hand. This will be the 24th Queen Bee Market since its creation in 2010. News 8's Ashley Jacobs takes you inside Bing Crosby Hall for a sneak peek at what artisans are showcasing.