Rebar Shooting Suspect Isn’t A UFC Fighter

Last Friday, a man fired at people outside of a bar in San Antonio, Texas, wounding eight of those folks, all of whom are expected to survive.  

The person who shot at those people claimed to be a UFC fighter, but that person, Jenelius Crew, is not a UFC fighter. Crew was arrested yesterday at a hotel in Miami, Florida after a week long manhunt conducted by various police departments. The arrest was made by the U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force.

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A statement was issued on Crew’s arrest by the San Antonio Police Department on Facebook:

“On June 12, 2020, SAPD officers responded to a shooting in progress at a local bar where (8) eight victims had been shot. Homicide detectives began collecting evidence and through the course of the investigation developed information on a suspect. Yesterday, the Homicide Unit obtained (8) eight Aggravated Assault/Deadly Weapon arrest warrants for Jenelius Crew. This morning, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force received information that Jenelius Crew was staying at a hotel located in Miami, FL. While conducting surveillance, task force officers observed Crew exit the hotel room. The Florida Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force and Broward County Sheriff’s Office made contact with Crew and took him into custody without incident. Crew was booked into the Miami-Dade County Jail.”

There is no word at this time as to why Crew claimed to be a UFC fighter, as he has no professional and/or amateur MMA experience to speak of.

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