VIDEO: Former San Antonio police officer, James Brennand, charged with shooting 17-year-old at McDonald's parking lot released on bond KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, October 14, 2022

VIDEO: Former San Antonio police officer, James Brennand, charged with shooting 17-year-old at McDonald's parking lot released on bond

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Former San Antonio police officer, James Brennand, charged with shooting 17-year-old at McDonald's parking lot released on bond. (Read More Here)?

A fired San Antonio police officer has posted bond and been released after he was charged in the shooting of a teen as the youth sat in a car eating a hamburger.

James Brennand posted $200,000 bond after turning himself in on Tuesday to face charges of aggravated assault by a public official in the Oct. 2 shooting of 17-year-old Erik Cantu, who remains in critical condition.

Brennand was a rookie officer on duty when he spotted a car in a McDonald’s parking lot where Cantu sat eating a hamburger.

Suspecting the car was stolen, Brennand ordered Cantu out. Instead, Brennand opened fire as Cantu reversed and tried to drive away.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus appeared on CNN Tuesday morning, October 11, less than 24 hours after activist groups announced a protest calling for charges against a recently fired officer for the shooting of 17-year-old Erik Cantu on October 2. McManus said then he expected criminal charges to be made his former employee, James Brennand, by the end of the week.

McManus delivered on that statement during a Tuesday evening press conference.

The SAPD Homicide Unit filed two counts of aggravated assault by a public servant following a criminal investigation of the shooting. McManus told reporters during Tuesday's press conference that officer Brennand turned himself in earlier the same day.

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