After killing his wife and stepson, the suspect in Austin called 911 to report the crime: a warrant

Per the terms of a search request, David Ontiveros Jr. said that his stepson ‘came at him with a knife,’ causing him to “blackout.”A

On Friday, an Austin man called 911 to report the shooting deaths of his wife and stepson, 14, telling the operator that he’d “blacked out,” according to an arrest warrant.

David Ontiveros Jr., 42, has been charged with two charges of capital murder after his arrest at the scene.

A local hospital confirmed Christina Limon’s death after she was discovered by police with several gunshot wounds. She was 29 years old. Rudy Limon-Lira, 14, was pronounced deceased at the site of the accident by a coroner.


According to the arrest warrant, police were able to gather video and audio recordings from the home’s security system to use as evidence.