Suspect surrenders in shooting of San Diego TV sportscaster

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Police say they have arrested a man suspected of shooting a San Diego sportscaster.

Kyle Kraska (Credit: CBS8)

Kyle Kraska (Credit: CBS8)

Police spokesman Scott Wahl says 54-year-old Mike Montana surrendered to police shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday after a SWAT team surrounded a residence in El Cajon (cuh-HONE’) northeast of San Diego.

A car with shattered windows was seen outside a Scripps Ranch home on Feb. 10, 2105. (Credit: CBS8)

A car with shattered windows was seen outside a Scripps Ranch home on Feb. 10, 2105. (Credit: CBS8)

Police had called Montana armed and dangerous and said he was wanted in the shooting of Kyle Kraska, a sports anchor for San Diego’s CBS affiliate who was shot outside his home several hours earlier.

Kraska’s station, KFMB, reports that he had surgery and is expected to recover.

Police have not said what relationship Montana and Kraska have, saying only that Montana left Kraska’s home in a van with a painting company logo on it.

 

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