Posted: Sep 24, 2013 12:33 PM by Veronica Flores
Updated: Sep 24, 2013 12:43 PM
BEXAR COUNTY - Bond has been set at more than a quarter of a million dollars for the former Corpus Christi police officer who got into a shootout with two police officers in Selma, Texas.
According to Bexar County Jail Officials, Jesse Hernandez, Jr. has been charged with Attempted Capital Murder and Aggravated Assault. His bond has been set at $780,000. Hernandez next court hearing is set for October 23rd.
The 33-year old was arrested this weekend after shooting two officers at his stepfather's home. The two officers had gone there to investigate a domestic disturbance. One of the officers fired back, hitting Hernandez twice.
Both of the wounded officers are still in the hospital recovering.
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