Michael Burger Charged With Double Murder

michael burger texas

Michael Burger has been charged with capital murder in Texas after police responded to a crime scene in San Antonio and found two people shot to death. According to police reports Michael Burger was seen carrying a AR15 and a shotgun while shots were heard in the area. When police responded to the scene they found the bodies of a  56-year-old man and 58-year-old woman. Initially reports are saying that the victims were relatives to Michael Burger and possibly his parents. Michael Burger would be taken into custody and has been charged with capital murder with other charges pending

Michael Burger More News

Michael Burger, 20, faces one count of Capital Murder for the murder of two relatives in San Antonio.

San Antonio officers responded to several gunshots in the 3800 block of Parkdale Street where they found Burger armed with an assault rifle and a shotgun.

At the scene, an officer noticed two dead victims in their 40s and 50s outside the apartment.

“It appears it could be a family violence incident,” said San Antonio Police Chief William McManus in a press briefing.

An officer demanded for the suspect to drop his weapons before firing the duty weapon but did not hit Burger who was taken into custody.

The investigation is still ongoing.


Michael Burger Other News

A man is in custody after he shot and killed a man and a woman believed to be his parents outside of his Northwest Side apartment, according to San Antonio police.

The incident happened around 12:15 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 3800 block of Parkdale, according to San Antonio Police Chief William McManus.

McManus said an officer was handling a traffic accident across the street from the complex when he heard gunshots ring out. The officer then went over to the complex to investigate.

That’s when he found two people, a man and a woman in their 40s or 50s, dead outside of a first-floor apartment, according to SAPD.

He also noticed a man, Michael Burger, 20, holding an AR rifle and a shotgun, McManus said. Burger took cover between two vehicles, causing the officer to back up.

Police said Burger popped up moments later from in between the two vehicles and the officer shouted for him to drop his weapons before firing several rounds in his direction.

Burger was not hit from the gunfire and he quickly gave up, according to McManus. He was then taken into custody.

The incident is believed to have stemmed from family violence and McManus said the two people who were killed in the shooting could be Burger’s parents. However, that has not yet been confirmed.

The officer involved in the shooting will remain on active duty and will not be placed on administrative leave, according to McManus.

Burger is currently facing one count of capital murder.

The investigation is in its preliminary stages and is subject to change. This is a developing story and we’ll bring more updates as they become available.


Michael Burger Other News

 Spring Branch ISD identified a married couple killed in a shooting in San Antonio on Sunday evening as two long-time employees.

Officers responded to the 3800 block of Parkdale St. in San Antonio after hearing several gunshots on Sunday, according to SAPD.

When the first officer arrived, 20-year-old Michael Burger was armed with an assault rifle and a shotgun, police say

According to officials, a man and woman were found dead outside the apartment. The man was identified as William “Bill” Burger, an assistant principal for the past 11 years with Spring Branch ISD. The woman was Noreen Burger, who retired in 2020 after working with the district for 25 years.

The officer gave several commands for Michael Burger to drop his weapons before firing his duty weapon. Michael Burger was not struck and was quickly taken into custody. He faces one count of capital murder.

Spring Branch ISD wrote in a statement, “Our hearts are heavy.”

The relationship between the victims and the suspect has not been confirmed.


author avatar

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top