On 5/21/22 around 2:30pm, an officer with the SAPD Gang Unit observed a wanted subject (Casey Hines 43yoa) operating a red in color Jeep Patriot at a local motel in the 1100blk of N. Chadbourne. The officer observed Hines stop the vehicle and pick up another wanted subject (Elizabeth Usery 27yoa) at that same motel.
Officers began to follow the Jeep and observed Hines begin to drive in reckless manner. A marked patrol unit attempted to conduct a stop on Hines at which point he began to evade the detention with his vehicle.
A brief vehicle pursuit ensued and the Jeep was located abandoned in the 4800blk of Lake Drive. Officers quickly established a perimeter and were able to locate Hines in an abandoned house in the 5000blk of Lake Drive. Usery was located at a residence in the 700blk of East 21st after further investigation was conducted.
Hines was charged with Evading arrest/detention with a motor vehicle, Evading arrest/detention on foot, Multiple City Warrants, Reckless Driving, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Usery was taken into custody for her County Warrants as well as Evading Arrest/Detention on foot.
SAPD Gang unit, Anti-Crime Unit, Patrol, K9, and the Drone Unit assisted with taking the suspects into custody.
On 5/15/22 around 1:16am, an SAPD Sergeant (while performing DWI enforcement duties) observed a white in color Honda passenger car traveling in the wrong direction at a high rate of speed in the 2000blk of West Houston Harte Expressway.
The SAPD Sergeant activated his emergency lights/sirens and an attempt to stop the suspect vehicle was made. The driver of the suspect vehicle disregarded the Emergency lights/sirens and proceeded to continue to drive Eastbound in the Westbound lanes on Houston Harte Expressway.
An SAPD K9 unit was able to get in front of the suspect vehicle near the 4100blk of US Highway 67 which ultimately resulted in the suspect vehicle turning around on the highway and stopping a short distance later. Officers were then able to take the suspect (Angelo Garcia 32yoa) into custody without further incident.
Garcia was charged with the listed offenses:
The SAPD is thankful that no officers/civilians were injured during the course of this incident and we believe that this is a direct result of the officer’s communication/actions while trying to stop Garcia.
On 5/6/22, Detectives with the SAPD’s Street Crimes Division executed a search warrant at a residence in the 2300blk of Lakeside Drive. The search warrant yielded the following items:
Two (2) motor vehicles
6.4 ounces Cocaine
7.5 pounds THC products
5+ pounds Marijuana
A 22 year old male (Nicholas Martinez) was at the residence during the execution of the search warrant and was arrested for the following charges:
POM >5 lbs <= 50 lbs
Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams
Man/Del CS PG 2 >= 400 grams
Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon
SAPD’s K9 unit, Anti-Crime Unit, Gang Unit, and member of the Street Crimes Division assisted with the execution of this search warrant.
On 5-10-2022, Street Crimes Detectives obtained a Search Warrant for a residence located in the 400 blk of E 22nd Street. Street Crimes Detectives, SWAT personnel, and K9 participated in the investigation. The following items were located and seized:
Approximately 160 grams of Methamphetamine
< 2 ounces of Marijuana
Six individuals were located in the residence, and all six were arrested for various charges:
David Gaitan - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, POM <2 oz
Mercedes Gaitan - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, city warrants
Stephanie Florez - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, POM <2 oz
Mercedes Salazar - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams
Luis Jimenez – PCS PG1 <1 gram, Go Off Bond Warrant
Michael Mares – city warrants
No further information is available.
On 5/4/22 at 7:04pm, Officers with SAPD’s Gang Unit observed a wanted subject (Donavan Guzman 31yoa) in the parking lot of a local motel in the 1900blk of Sherwood Way.
Officers attempted to make contact with Guzman at which point he began to evade the officers on foot. Officers were able to quickly apprehend Guzman after a brief pursuit and take him into custody after receiving some resistance from him.
While trying to take Guzman into custody, one of the officers observed a female subject (Willie Lacy 48yoa) try to pull officers off of Guzman while they were on the ground. After Guzman was taken into custody, Lacy was arrested for Interference with Public Duties and was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Guzman was medically cleared at Shannon Medical Center for injuries sustained during the arrest and he was transported to the Tom Green County Jail for the charges below.
Guzman was charged with his Felony County Warrants, Evading Arrest/Detention, Resisting Arrest, and Two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1>=1G<4G.
No injuries to officers were reported during this incident.
On April 28, 2022, Detective Ethan Hodges obtained a search warrant for a residence located in the 700 blk of W. 18th Street. San Angelo Police Detectives assigned to the Street Crimes, Anti-crime unit, and K9 Unit located and arrested Bryson Mc Clinton DOB 06-10-88 for a parole warrant. The search warrant resulted in 40 grams of crack cocaine, 2 handguns, and $2250.00 in cash being seized. Bryson McClinton was charged with Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance Penalty group 1 4<200 and a parole warrant. Joseph Hudson DOB 04/08/85 was arrested for Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance Penalty group 1 4<200 and Possession of marijuana <2oz.
No further information is available at this time.
On the dates of April 21, 22 and 23rd 2022, a joint operation investigating online solicitation of a minor was conducted in San Angelo, Texas. Agencies that assisted in the investigation included San Angelo Police Department, Department of Homeland Security Investigations, DPS, Abilene Police Department, Big Spring Police Department and Goodfellow Air Force Base NCIS/OSI. During the investigation the 8 people listed below were arrested.
On 4/8/22 around 5:56am, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department were dispatched to the unit block of W. 33rd street in reference to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle call. It was learned that the subjects made entry into multiple unsecured vehicles on this street and took property from inside of them.
Officers converged on the area and located three subjects matching the physical descriptions given by the complainant of the call. The subjects were identified as Isaac Duarte (19yoa,) Alejandro Silva (17yoa,) and Adam Chappa (19yoa.)
The subjects were found to be in possession of stolen property from approximately “10” vehicle burglaries that had occurred in that area.
SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Division were requested on scene to assist with the investigation.
Duarte was ultimately charged with Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of Marijuana <2oz, Chappa was charged with multiple counts of Burglary of a Motor vehicle, and Silva was charged with multiple counts of Burglary of a Motor vehicle as well.
SAPD encourages the public to always secure your vehicles and to report suspicious activity at any time of day/night.
SAPD recently put out a “Wanted Bulletin” regarding subject named Domingo Gomez who held active Felony Warrants for his arrest. Information was obtained that Domingo was in the Dallas, TX area hiding out at one of their local hotels.
Dallas PD was contacted and they were able to take Domingo into custody after a brief foot pursuit.
The SAPD would like to thank the Public’s assistance with providing information to our agency that ultimately resulted in Domingo being taken into custody.
On 4/7/22 around 6:16pm, Officers with the SAPD Anti-Crime Unit attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a Grey in color Dodge charger near the intersections of East 7th and Volney Steet. The driver of the vehicle (Jason Lujan 31yoa) was identified by officers prior to the stop and it was known that he had multiple Felony warrants for his arrest.
Lujan disregarded the police lights/sirens and proceeded to evade the detention in his vehicle. A vehicle pursuit then ensued as officers attempted to take Lujan into custody.
During the pursuit, Officers observed Lujan shoot at the pursuing units. Lujan eventually stopped his vehicle in the 500blk of S. Lincoln Street where he was taken into custody.
Further investigation revealed that Lujan was in possession of multiple firearms, Body Armor, as well as suspected methamphetamine. Lujan was taken into custody for his Felony Warrants, Evading Arrest/Detention with a Motor Vehicle, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon against a Police Officer, and Possession of a Controlled Substance PG1 >1<4g.
Additional charges will be forthcoming as the incident is investigated further. No Officers/Civilians were injured during this incident and no damage to public/private property was reported.
SAPD’s Anti-Crime Unit, Gang Unit, Criminal Investigations Division, Crime Scene Division, and Patrol Division all assisted with the investigation.
On 4/6/22, Detectives with the SAPD’s Street Crimes Division conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 2300blk of Chestnut Street. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Timothy Martinez (36yoa) and he was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant.
During the arrest and subsequent follow-up investigation, it was determined that Martinez was in possession of 1.93 pounds of Methamphetamine, 5.4 ounces of Marijuana, $1,490.00 in cash, and “2” handguns. The narcotics and firearms were seized pending further investigation.
Martinez was transported to the Tom Green County Jail for his outstanding warrant and additional charges are pending at this time.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA,) City Marshals, and SAPD’s Patrol Division assisted with this investigation.
On 4/5/22 around 8:15pm, Officers with the SAPD Anti-Crime Unit observed a green in color Chrysler Passenger car being operated by a known wanted subject (Domingo Gomez 25 yoa.)
SAPD’s Anti-Crime Unit attempted to conduct a stop on the vehicle in the 700blk of West Ave D but Gomez evaded in the vehicle and ultimately crashed in the 600blk of Spencer Street. Gomez then continued to evade from officers on foot and a perimeter was quickly established by responding officers.
SAPD’s K-9, Gang Unit, and Patrol Division assisted with attempting to locate Gomez but were unsuccessful in taking him into custody. Two other occupants of the vehicle (a 22 year old Male and Female) were initially detained but were released at the conclusion of investigation.
Multiple pieces of identifying information, drug paraphernalia, narcotics, and a firearm were located inside of the vehicle and they were seized pending further investigation.
No officers or civilians were injured during the course of this investigation and only minor damage was reported from the crash to a fence and home.
On 3/31/22, SAPD’s Street Crimes Division and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) conducted an investigation in relation to the trafficking of Methamphetamine in the city of San Angelo, TX. The investigation resulted in a search warrant being applied for and executed at a local residence in the 300blk of East 6th street.
The search warrant yielded approximately 5 pounds of Methamphetamine as well as other information that identified a 38 year old San Angelo Resident as a suspect in this case.
The contraband was seized and charges are pending at this time.
The SAPD’s K-9 unit, Anti-Crime Unit, Gang Unit, and Intelligence Division assisted with the Investigation.
On 04/01/22 at approximately 8:30am, San Angelo Police responded to a shooting that had taken place at Lone Star Beef located at 2159 E 37th Street. Upon arrival, Officer’s located two subjects (57 year old male and 49 year old female) who had apparent gunshot wounds to their persons. Both subjects were transported to Shannon Medical Center by the SAFD to receive medical treatment for their wounds.
SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Division were requested on scene to assist with the investigation. It was learned that the male and female are both employees at Lone Star Beef and that they were in a dating relationship prior to this incident. It was learned that a verbal altercation between the male and female occurred at this location and it resulted in the male subject producing a firearm and shooting the female in the upper torso area near her left shoulder. It was learned that the male suspect then turned the firearm onto himself which resulted in a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his person.
It was learned that the male suspect succumbed to his injuries at Shannon Medical Center and the female subject is listed to be in stable condition.
This is an active investigation and further information will be released when available.
Detective Barker is the lead investigator of this investigation.
On Thursday March 17th, 2022 at approximately 3:35p.m. San Angelo Police were dispatched to a residence in the 900 blk of Crenshaw. Once at the scene, Officers learned that 16yr old male had been shot in the chest. Officers began CPR on the shooting victim and he was transported to Shannon Hospital by ambulance. He was pronounced deceased a short time later. Investigators at the scene determined that juveniles at that location were handling a firearm and the 16 yr old male was shot. This incident is still under investigation and no further information will be released at this time.
On Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at approximately 7:06a.m. San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 1100 blk of N. Bell Street to a report of a pedestrian having been struck by a vehicle. Investigation at the scene indicated that 23 yr old Diego Reyes Mar was walking south bound in the middle of the roadway in the 1100 blk of N Bell Street. While walking south bound he stepped in front of a north bound vehicle. The vehicle, a 2014 Gray Kia struck Mar causing incapacitating injuries to Mar. Mar was transported to Shannon Hospital by ambulance where he succumbed to his injuries. Officer J. Welch with the SAPD traffic division is investigation this incident. Next of Kin has been notified.
On March 14, 2022 at approximately 2:45a.m. San Angelo Police were dispatched to a single vehicle accident in the 2800 blk of South Bryant Blvd. Investigation at the scene indicated that a white 1997 Toyota 4Runner was driving north bound on Bryant Blvd. The vehicle left the roadway and struck the concrete abutment of the pedestrian bridge on the east side of the roadway. The lone occupant of the vehicle, 21 yr old Kolton Frazier was found to be deceased at the scene. Officer Nathaniel Long with the SAPD Traffic Division investigated the accident. Next of kin has been notified.
On 3/4/22, Detectives with the SAPD Street Crimes Division initiated an investigation that led to a traffic stop of a vehicle in the 1400blk of S. Taylor. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Elizabeth Norton (38 yoa) and she was arrested upon learning that she had two outstanding Out of County Warrants for her arrest.
A search of both Elizabeth’s person and vehicle resulted in approximately “4” pounds of MDMA (methylenedioxy-methamphetamine) as well as small quantity of suspected Cocaine.
Elizabeth was ultimately charged with:
SAPD’s K9 Division, Patrol Division, Anti-Crime Unit, and Gang Unit assisted with the investigation.
On 2/6/22 around 12:10am, Officers were dispatched to the 3300blk of TLCA Way in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and learned that the victim (19 Year Old Male) had left the scene in a private vehicle and was heading to the hospital.
Officers were able to make contact with the victim and began providing first aid as the victim had gunshot wounds below his waist. SAFD Medics arrived on scene and transported the victim to Shannon Medical Center for treatment of “Non-life threatening injuries.”
SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Scene Division arrived on scene to assist with the investigation.
It was learned that a physical altercation took place in the roadway between “4” unknown Hispanic males and other male subjects at this location. It was learned that one of the “4” Hispanic males discharged a firearm and shot the victim below his waist striking him multiple times. Officers learned that the Hispanic males entered into a vehicle and fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival.
SAPD asks that if anyone has any information regarding the suspect(s) to please contact our Desk Duty Officer at 325-481-2696 or our Non-Emergency Dispatch at 325-657-4315. You can also utilize the “P3” Crime Stoppers App to disclose information regarding the suspect(s) and remain anonymous.
Detective Hernandez is the lead investigator on this investigation.
On 1/24/22 around 10:23pm, Officers were dispatched to the 500blk of Veteran’s Memorial Drive in reference to a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, Officers located a red in color 2008 Dodge Avenger that had left the roadway and was submerged in the Concho River. Officers on scene entered into the river in an attempt to rescue the driver but were unable to reach the driver. SAFD arrived on scene and assisted with removing the driver/sole occupant from the vehicle and transported him to Shannon Medical Center where he was pronounced as deceased on 1/25/22. SAPD’s Motors Division and Criminal Investigations Division were requested on scene to assist with the investigation. It was learned that this was a single vehicle accident and that no other vehicle/persons were involved. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Paytum Morgan (19yoa) of San Angelo.
On 1/16/22 around 2005hrs, Officers were dispatched to a residence in the Unit Block of N. Pope in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and located a 50 year old female who was suffering from a gunshot wound. The female victim was transported to Shannon Medical Center via the SAFD and was listed to be in stable condition at this time. SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division assisted with the investigation and the suspected shooter was identified as Luis Herrera (37yoa.) During the course of the investigation, Officers were able to learn that Luis was located in a travel trailer at a residence in the 700blk of Spaulding Street. As officers established a perimeter around the residence, Luis began to discharge a firearm multiple times from inside of the trailer. SAPD’s “SWAT” and “Crisis Negotiation Team” were utilized and Luis was taken into custody after a brief standoff. Luis was transported to Shannon Medical Center via the SAFD for treatment of minor injuries and the investigation is currently ongoing at this time. There is no danger to the public and no officers/civilians were injured during the course of this investigation. Additional information/charges will follow as the investigation continues.
On Friday January 7, 2022, at approximately 11:44am, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department responded to a business located at 2868 W Beauregard Ave to a report of an armed Robbery that had just occurred. It was reported that a lone suspect had entered the business and demanded cash. As a result of investigation by responding Officers and Detectives at the scene it was determined that an armed robbery did not occur and an employee had committed an internal theft and reported it as an armed robbery. This investigation is still ongoing and no further information is available at this time. Detective Hill is the Investigator assigned to this case.
On 12/26/21 around 2138hrs, Officers were dispatched to the 600blk of West 16th street in reference to a stabbing. Upon arrival, Officers located a 37 Year old female victim who was suffering from multiple stab wounds. Officers administered first aid to the female by applying a tourniquet to one of the female’s arms that was bleeding profusely. SAFD medics arrived on scene and transported the female to Shannon Medical Center where she received treatment for her injuries.
An investigation was conducted and it was learned that the suspect (Rashad Carter 32yoa) had stabbed the female victim multiple times during a domestic dispute and he had fled the scene prior to the arrival of Officers. SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Division assisted with the investigation and an arrest warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon was issued for Rashad. Officers attempted to locate Rashad during but were unable to locate him during the course of this investigation.
On 12/28/21 around 1635hrs, Officers were able to take Rashad into custody after he voluntarily turned himself in at the San Angelo Police Department. Rashad was then transported to the Tom Green County Jail without further incident.
On 12/18/21 around 0930hrs, Multiple Officers and other organizations volunteered their time to take part in this years “Blue Santa” event at Walmart. A total of 37 children attended this year’s event and got the opportunity to shop for Christmas presents with Officers and volunteers from Goodfellow AFB. The presents purchased during this event were wrapped and labeled beautifully by multiple volunteers that also included the spouses of SAPD officers and the Lady Lions Club of San Angelo. All the supplies needed to wrap the presents as well as refreshments were graciously donated by Walmart for our volunteers.
We would like to issue a special thank you to everyone involved with the event to include the Donors who made this event possible.
If anyone or their organization/business would like to volunteer/donate for the 2022 "Blue Santa" event please contact our Desk Duty Officer at 325-481-2696 to arrange contact with our coordinator.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
On 12-04-21, Detectives with the SAPD’s Street Crimes Division and Officers with the SAPD’s K-9 Unit conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the 2900blk of N. Bryant Blvd for a traffic violation. An investigation was conducted and the occupants of the vehicle were found to be in possession of approximately “12” pounds of suspected Oxycodone pills, approximately “66” grams of THC products, approximately “51” grams of Marijuana, approximately “2” grams of Cocaine, and $952.00 of US Currency.
The occupants of the vehicle were identified as Ezequiel Azmatia-Jimenez (19yoa) and Matthew Juan (19 yoa.)
Ezequiel was taken into custody and charged with Possession of CS Pg1 > 400 grams Oxycodone, Possession of CS Pg2 4 - 400 grams THC, and Possession of Marijuana <2 ounces.
Matthew was taken into custody and was charged with Possession of CS Pg1 > 400 grams Oxycodone, Possession of CS Pg2 4 - 400 grams THC, Possession of CS PG1 < 1 gram Cocaine, and Possession of Marijuana <2 ounces.
Both subjects were transported to Tom Green County Jail for their associated charges.
It should be noted that the suspected Oxycodone alone has a street value of approximately $750,000.
The San Angelo Police Department has been made aware of an unknown person contacting families via telephone and advising them that they have been selected for this years "Blue Santa" program.
This is not correct and we want to make the public aware that we will not contact anyone via telephone regarding being selected for the "Blue Santa" program. We would also like to inform the public that the selection process for the children/families for the program is directly handled by SAISD Counselors as well as the "At Risk"
Coordinators at SAISD elementary schools.
The children/families selected for the program will be notified by a letter that is delivered by a San Angelo Police Officer this coming week.
On 12/2/21 at 0724hrs, Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 2600blk of Rio Grande in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and located a 50 year old male who was suffering from a gunshot wound. Officers applied first aid to the male on scene and the male was transported to Shannon Medical Center via the San Angelo Fire Department. Lone Star Middle School was made aware of the police activity as the incident occurred at a residence in close proximity to the school. SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Division were contacted and they arrived at the scene to assist with the investigation. At the conclusion of the investigation, it was learned that the injury was self-inflicted and the 50 year old male is receiving treatment at Shannon Medical Center at this time. It has been concluded that there is no danger to the public or the students at Lone Star Middle school.
The San Angelo Police Department, along with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the San Antonio Division Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA,) conducted a multi-year/agency investigation which led to sixteen Federal indictments and the arrest of seven suspects for Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine <500g.
Multiple agencies conducted an arrest operation on 10/19/2021 which resulted in fifteen indictments being served and the arrest of seven suspects. This arrest operation also resulted in firearms, currency, and a large amount of methamphetamine being seized from these individuals. The seven suspects were held at the Tom Green County Jail until 10/20/21 at which time the appeared before a Federal Magistrate.
We would like to thank the Tom Green County Jail/Sheriff’s Office, the Concho County Sheriff’s Office, the Menard County Sheriff’s Office, the Kimble County Sheriff’s Office, the McCulloch County Sheriff’s Office, and the Brady Police Department for their assistance with this operation.
It should be noted that this criminal organization was responsible for multiple pounds of methamphetamine being distributed across Eleven Counties throughout the Concho Valley.
The following individuals were arrested as the result of the arrest operation.
Mathew Richard Martinez, 29, of San Angelo
Miguel Antonio Alfaro, 22, of San Angelo
Devin Wayne Dale, 33, of Junction, TX
Jonathan Rex Phillippi, 36, of Eden, TX
John David Gonzales, 29, of Brady, TX
Britney Leann Crower, 35, of Brady, TX
Ashley Latreece Thackerson, 33, of Baird, TX
The following suspects, who were already in custody on unrelated charges, were served indictments for (Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine <500g) and transported to Tom Green County for their initial appearance before a Federal Magistrate.
Ariel Nicole Cunningham, 24, serving in the McCulloch County Jail
Jennifer Marie Huro, 40, serving in the McCulloch County Jail
Stevie Ray Duarte, 32, serving in the Havins Unit in Brownwood, TX
Reynaldo Mendoza, 28, serving in the Wallace Unit Colorado City, TX
Joshua Keith Friar, 35, serving in McCulloch County Jail
Ty Taylor Thomas, 24, serving in the McCulloch County Jail
Daniel Orosco, 37, serving in Tom Green County Jail
Austin Marcine Nichols, 25, serving in Runnels County Jail
On 10/22/21, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department were made aware of a screen shot of a “Snapchat” conversation where a subject made threats regarding “Bullying” and “Shooting” students at “Central High School.” Our Criminal Investigations Division was contacted and we learned that that screenshot was confirmed to have originated out of Missouri via the St. Joseph Missouri Police Department. The San Angelo Independent School District was made aware of this investigation and we deemed that there was no credible threat towards our Central High School. As a precaution, the San Angelo Police Department will implement extra patrols in/around the area of Central High School in addition to the Officers assigned to security at the school.
The SAPD would like to thank all the concerned citizens who reached out to make us aware of this threat. The SAPD takes these threats very seriously and we will continue to partner with the SAISD to provide a safe environment for our students to learn.
On 10/14/21 at 1245hrs, Officers were dispatched to 802 E. 19th street (Stripes) in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and located two female “Stripes” employees with non-life threatening injuries from a single fragmented bullet. Officers learned that another “Stripes” employee (Kamron Ransom “22 yoa”) had an accidental discharge of his 9mm handgun and that the bullet had struck the floor of the business. It was learned that the bullet fragmented upon striking the floor and struck one female victim on the back portion of both her legs. The other female victim was struck by the fragmented bullet on her left arm and her legs as well.
Both female victims were transported to Shannon Downtown via Medics to receive treatment for their injuries as the Officers on scene detained Kamron pending further investigation. The San Angelo Police Department’s “Criminal Investigations Division” as well as the “Crime Scene Division” arrived on scene to assist with the investigation.
Both victims received treatment for their injuries at Shannon Downtown and were ultimately released prior to the conclusion of this investigation.
At the conclusion of the investigation, Kamron was taken into custody for “City Warrants” as well as “Discharging a Firearm within the City limits.”
Detectives with the Criminal Investigations Division advised that additional charges for Kamron may be forthcoming.
On 10/5/21 around 0535hrs, officers were dispatched to Bella Vista Apartments for a structure fire. Officers and Fire Personnel arrived in scene and learned that Jimmy Keith (62 years of age) had sustained minor burns to himself after lighting a fire in his apartment. Jimmy was transported to Shannon Downtown to receive treatment for the burns that he had sustained during this incident. Jimmy was under a detention at the hospital for Arson and was under the supervision of a San Angelo Police Officer. While receiving treatment at the hospital, Jimmy fled the facility and made it outside to the north side of the emergency room. The officer stopped Jimmy and attempted to take him into custody but was struck multiple times in the face by the suspect. Multiple civilian staff members from Shannon and Ballinger EMS personnel assisted the Officer with taking Jimmy into custody. Jimmy was ultimately charged with Arson, Assault on a Peace Officer, and evading arrest/detention.
The Officer received treatment at Shannon for facial injuries he had sustained during this incident and was released from the hospital. The San Angelo Police Department would like to thank all who assisted with taking Jimmy into custody.
Officers were dispatched to 440 Veteran's Memorial Drive around 0855hrs in reference to an unconscious person inside of a public restroom. Officers arrived on scene and located an unconscious 33 year old female. Officers attempted CPR on the female until Medics arrived on scene. Ultimately, it was determined that the female was deceased. SAPD Criminal Investigation Division arrived on scene to assist with the investigation. Our Criminal Investigation Division conducted the death investigation and observed no signs of foul play. Justice of the Peace McGuire was contacted in reference to this death investigation.
On August 10, 2021, at 10:48 am, an on-duty San Angelo Police Department detective drove up on a major motor vehicle accident at 1500 block of W Houston Harte Expy Eastbound. TXDOT was doing maintenance on some signs, so traffic was moving slowly. A silver Subaru SUV crashed into the rear of a trailer, which was being towed by a Semi-truck. The driver of the Subaru, Jonathan Fortenberry (23), was transported to a local hospital by ambulance. Fortenberry suffered from incapacitating injuries. Fortenberry had been wearing a seatbelt. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor. ###
On August 4, 2021 at 7:58 pm, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department's Anti-Crime and Gang Units located a white Ford truck that was known to be connected to several burglaries throughout the City and County. Officers initiated a traffic stop on Southwest Blvd, near Twin Mountain Dr, but the driver of the Ford truck failed to stop and attempted to evade Officers. Pursuing Officers lost sight of the vehicle for a short period, but it was later discovered that the truck had struck a parked vehicle on Oxford Circle. The suspects then fled on foot. A perimeter was set up. The K9 unit and Drone team responded. After a search of the area, the two suspects were later located hiding under a truck in the 2700 block of SAC. The suspects were taken into custody without incident. The driver, a 16 year old male, was arrested on a Directive to Apprehend Warrant, Felony Evading, and Evading on Foot. The passenger, Shannon Clark (18), was arrested for Evading on Foot. ###
On August 3, 2021, at 7:50 pm, Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of Edmund in regards to a Major Motor Vehicle Accident. Two vehicles (Black Chevrolet Tahoe and a White Chevrolet Silverado 2500) had been involved in a head on collision. Both vehicles had extensive damage.
All four occupants of the Chevrolet Tahoe (Two adults and two children, ages 8 and 11) were transported by ambulance to a local hospital. The adults in the vehicle were not wearing seatbelts but the children were. The front passenger of the Chevrolet Tahoe, Jermaine Landor (33), succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. He was pronounced deceased by Judge Howard. The other three occupants of the Chevrolet Tahoe had non-incapacitating injuries. Three occupants of the Chevrolet Silverado 2500 received treatment but had non-incapacitating injuries. One of the three occupants had been wearing a seatbelt.
According to witnesses, the driver of the Chevrolet Tahoe was travelling east at the 1400 block of Edmund when it suddenly swerved into the westbound lane, striking the Chevrolet Silverado 2500. Alcohol is believed to be a factor. This is still an ongoing investigation. ###
On August 2, 2021, at 1:29 am, Officers were dispatched to a major motor vehicle accident. When Officers arrived on scene they located a disabled vehicle (Red Kia Sportage) in the parking lot of Central High School (655 Caddo). The Kia Sportage had struck multiple large rocks at the front of the school and came to a stop.
A second wrecked vehicle (White Honda Accord) was located at 600 W Houston Harte. After further investigation it was discovered that the driver of the Kia Sportage ran onto Loop 306 and was struck by the Honda Accord. The Honda Accord then veered off the road and struck a large sign. The driver of the Honda Accord was not wearing a seatbelt.
Due to the impact, the driver of the Kia Sportage and the driver of the Honda Accord succumbed to their injuries at the scene. They were pronounced deceased by Judge Howard. The driver of the Kia Sportage was identified as Raphael Salas (45) from Del Rio. The identity of the second victim is being withheld at this time pending notification of the family. This is still an ongoing investigation. ###
On July 29, 2021 members of the San Angelo Police Department's Street Crimes Division executed a search warrant at 2401 N Lillie (Nueva Vista Apartments). Approximately 2 ounces of heroin and four handguns were located and seized. Arturo Martinez (26) was arrested for Man/Del CS PG1 >=4<200 an Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. Rosa Banon (23) was arrested for Man/Del CS PG1 >=4<200.
On July 23, 2021, at 1:59 am, Officers were dispatched to the 200 block of N Koenigheim in reference to a major motor vehicle accident. According to a witness, Anthony Padilla (28) was driving a passenger car and racing Keifer Ekert (28), who was on a motorcycle. Ekert lost control of his motorcycle and crashed. Officers arrived on scene and provided first aid until Medics arrived. Ekert was transported by ambulance to a local hospital with serious injuries. Padilla was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and transported to the Tom Green County Jail without incident. This is still an ongoing investigation. ###
On July 22, 2021, at about 10:50 pm, Officers responded to the 3600 block of Cedar Creek in reference to a possible shooting victim. Contact was eventually made with the resident, who was not harmed. Shortly after, a second call came in from the same caller, stating that the incident had actually occurred at the 3600 block of Shadyhill Dr. After further investigation it was determined that both of the calls were Swatting (false) calls. This is still an ongoing investigation. ###
On July 20, 2021, at 10:13 am, Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of E 36th St in regards to a robbery in progress. Upon arrival, Officers located the suspect's vehicle parked in front of the residence. Two males were immediately detained.
After further investigation it was determined that the victims were associated with the suspects. The victims were not injured during the robbery. Cameron Lewis (25) and Khari Brown (29) were both arrested for Aggravated Robbery and transported to the Tom Green County Jail without incident. ###
Update to the Inn Of The Conchos Homicide:
On July 8, 2021, Joshua Tyler Garcia (3-19-02) turned himself into the Lubbock County Jail for an outstanding felony warrant for Aggravated Assault Against a Public Servant from Lubbock, TX. On July 9, 2021, investigators with the San Angelo Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division obtained a warrant for Murder in reference to the Homicide that occurred June 28, 2021 at the Inn Of The Conchos. Garcia was charged with Murder.
On July 7, 2021, at 4:18 pm, Officers were dispatched to the 900 block of Volney in reference to a shooting victim. When Officers arrived on scene they located one male (21) suffering from a gunshot wound, who was transported to a local hospital by ambulance. He is in stable condition.
Shortly after Officers' arrival, dispatch received a call stating that a second gunshot victim had arrived at another hospital by personal vehicle. That second subject succumbed to his injuries at the hospital and was pronounced deceased by Judge Howard. The deceased has been identified as Adaireon Madlock (23). The investigation indicates that the parties involved are known to each other. After a confrontation, gunfire was exchanged between the parties. This is still an ongoing investigation.
On July 7, 2021, at 8:35 pm, Officers were dispatched to the Fairview Mobile Home Park (311 N Bell) in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and located two males (age 34 and 31) that had been shot. Both males were transported to a local hospital by ambulance. They are both in stable condition.
A description of the suspect's vehicle, a Blue 1980's model GMC pickup, was relayed to Officers. The Anti-Crime Unit supervisor located the suspect vehicle leaving the area. The vehicle was stopped at the 800 block of Shiloh. Jason Lujan (31) was located inside the vehicle, and he was identified as the suspect. Lujan was arrested without incident for Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon. He was booked into the Tom Green County Jail.
This is still an ongoing investigation.
On July 5, 2021, Cody Jay Salazar (31) was arrested for Murder in regards to the Inn Of The Concho Homicide that occurred on June 28, 2021. The San Angelo Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division and Street Crimes Division located Salazar in Ballinger, TX. The San Angelo Police Department would like to thank the TX Department of Public Safety and the Ballinger Police Department for their assistance. Salazar is currently in the Runnels County Jail.
On July 4, 2021, at 3:35 pm, a 9 year old male was struck by a boat's propeller after falling off the front of a boat while it was in motion. The child sustained serious bodily injury. Officers arrived on scene and a tourniquet was applied to the injury. The child was then transported to Shannon Medical Center by ambulance. The victim is in stable condition. After further investigation, the driver of the boat was arrested for Intoxication Assault With a Vehicle Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury. The driver has been identified as Joe Alvarado (30) from Odessa, TX. The incident occurred at Lake Nasworthy.
Update to The Penny Pub Tap House incident that occurred on June 19, 2021:
The initial call for service was for a stabbing victim at Shannon Medical Center. Upon further investigation it was determined that the victim sustained injuries due to an assault that occurred in the parking lot of The Penny Pub Tap House (2414 College Hills). On June 27, 2021 the victim succumbed to his injuries from the felonious assault. An autopsy was performed on June 29, 2021. The final cause of death is pending until the autopsy results are concluded.