From KENS5 of October 8, 2009
Alleged home intruder shot by homeowner, dies after car-crash getaway
What started early Thursday morning as a home invasion has ended in the death of the alleged intruder.
Just after 5 a.m., Bexar County Sheriff's deputies responded to the scene in the 11400 block of South Foster Road.
Deputies say 24-year-old Cardell Deon Joseph broke through the front door of a home there, and that's when the homeowner shot him once in the intruder's rib cage area.
They say the Joseph then ran from the house and drove away, but he then crashed his vehicle a few blocks away. According to reports, the suspect was still talking after the crash, and asked the homeowners for help.
But, Joseph later died at the scene.
It's unclear whether the crash or the gunshot wound was the major factor in his death.
Bexar County records show that Joseph was in trouble before. He was arresed for evading arrest and possession of marijuana.
The Bexar County district attorney's office will review the case.