San Antonio murder suspect got married after officer attack, before capture

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San Antonio suspect got married after attack, before capture.

The suspect in the San Antonio police murder got married after the attack and before his capture, records show, in addition to other new information released Tuesday about the case.

Otis McKane, 31, is accused of shooting and killing detective Benjamin Marconi Sunday.

A marriage license shows he married Christian Chanel Fields Monday. McKane was arrested around 4:45pm Monday in San Antonio.

Newly released documents detail the timeline of the shooting Sunday.

Security cameras show McKane coming to the police station around 7 a.m. Sunday, asking to speak to someone regarding a child custody issue, police said. When the service agent was trying to help McKane, he "seems to lose interest and exit the building," documents said.

He then left and got into a car parked across the street, the documents said. The same vehicle passed Detective Marconi twice, according to surveillance video.

Video inside the police car captured two shots being fired as Marconi was preparing a traffic ticket.

"This was obviously a carefully placed contact type gunshot displaying the suspect's intention to execute Detective Marconi," an affidavit reads.

The videos show noticeable rims on the suspect's vehicle, officers said. A witness saw the video of the car, recognized the rims and called police, identifying the suspect as well, police said.

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The suspect in a San Antonio officer's death speaks out.

While being walked out of the police department Monday, McKane said he had gone through several custody battles and "lashed out at someone who didn't deserve it."

When asked if he had anything to say to the family, he said, "I'm sorry."

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