SMPD Arrest Suspect In Shooting Incident At Palazzo Apartments

Staff Reports

On Sunday, the San Marcos Police Department responded to a report of shots fired at the Palazzo Apartments.

According to police, a male suspect was reported to be chasing after another male suspect; several gunshots were heard.

Officers located the male subject, who was later identified as Dominic Greene, 20. Greene was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, unlawful carrying weapon and deadly contact discharge firearm.

Officers located the second suspect at the Cedars Apartments. Police said he was aggressive and uncooperative with officers; however, he eventually admitted to being the subject Greene was shooting at.

No one was injured during the incidents, and the identity of the second suspect was not released. Greene has been booked in Hays County Jail on a $15,000 and a $10,000 surety bonds. As of Wednesday morning, at 11:05 AM, he had not been released.  

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  1. Uh…helloo.

    You mean THIS Dominic Green was arrested at these university apartments ?

    Being the same Dominic Green awaiting trial for rape of a 13 year old in Mart, Texas. OOps

    Hey, don’t knock it, he’s out on a paltry $50,000 bond and lookin’ for a ‘lil anonymity here in college town whose university newspaper prints editorials advocating Sugar Daddies providing for the economic “needs” of young females students.

    That’s right, “Texas State University 6th in the country for ‘sugar babies,” new report says. Indeed, Texas State University, home of the Bobcats, is also home to more than 100 sugar babies, according to a new ranking “”, a self-proclaimed platform “where beautiful, successful people fuel mutually beneficial “relationships” begin.

    TSUS is ranked sixth the top 20 colleges in the country with the most new students who are signing up to be wined and dined by “sugar daddies.”

    So upon contemplating the bigger picture, why not write Denise who only wants a better way for young females oppressed by the social constructs of a male dominated board of university regents.

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