Woman killed by deputies did not have gun, Bexar County now says

In a report filed with the Texas attorney general’s office this week, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office acknowledged that a 30-year-old woman killed by deputies in Schertz last month did not have or display a gun.

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An investigator with the Sheriff’s Office submitted the report to the attorney general’s office Monday, one month after four deputies opened fire on Amanda Lene Jones, a suspected car thief with a felony record, and accidentally killed a 6-year-old boy.

In the report, the investigator selected a box that says Jones “did not carry, exhibit or use a deadly weapon.” Several times in the report, he stated that she was carrying an “unknown object” that deputies feared was a handgun.


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