San Angelo, TX (May 1, 2023, 9:17am): One male is in custody after a shooting investigation that left a 33-year-old male hospitalized this weekend. The suspect (Kaya Paulhill-21yoa) was quickly taken into custody by responding officers and is currently facing charges of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.
The San Angelo Police Department was dispatched to a Northside Apartment Complex for a shooting victim in the late afternoon hours of 4/28/23. Officers arrived on scene and located a 33-year-old male who was observed to be suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Officers provided first aid to the victim, and he was transported to Shannon Medical Center by the SAFD for his injuries.
Officers learned that the suspect (Paulhill) had fled the scene in a dark colored Dodge Charger and that he was possibly heading towards East 19th street. Officers were able to quickly locate Paulhill, near N. Jefferson and Junius, as he was observed operating a vehicle matching the description that was given on scene. Paulhill was taken into custody and was secured in a patrol unit pending the arrival of SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division.
At the conclusion of the preliminary investigation, SAPD’s Detectives determined that Paulhill be charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Paulhill was then transported to the Tom Green County Jail for the mentioned offense.
San Angelo, TX (4/27/23 2:07pm): A 17-year-old male is in custody after an investigation regarding a social media threat at TLCA High School. Multiple SAPD Officers responded to the school, and TLCA was placed on Lockdown as the investigation took place.
The SAPD was dispatched to 5687 Melrose (TLCA) after the faculty was made aware of the suspect posting a photo of a firearm with the phrase “Come to School” on “Snapchat.” TLCA went into an immediate lockdown as it was learned that the suspect (a TLCA Student) had left the campus for lunch. Multiple SAPD officers responded to TLCA and were able to obtain information regarding the suspect’s whereabouts. The suspect was then taken into custody off campus by SAPD’s Street Crimes Division.
SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division investigated the incident, and the suspect was arrested for Terroristic Threat.
There is currently no threat to the TLCA Campus, and the SAPD is working in conjunction with the TLCA staff to ensure the safety of their students.
San Angelo, TX (April 24, 2023, 8:44 am): A 37-year-old male was taken into custody early yesterday morning after a standoff with Police near Ave N and A&M street. This incident stemmed from a domestic disturbance in the 1600 block of S. Harrison, where a 24-year-old female was injured and a 3-year-old child was taken by the suspect. The suspect (Rondy Strickland) was identified as the biological father of the involved child and the boyfriend of the victim. Strickland was taken into custody and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Driving While Intoxicated with a Child under 15yoa.
The SAPD was dispatched to the intersection of Ave N and A&M in reference to an unknown problem. Officers arrived on the scene and learned that the suspect was driving a white pickup truck (while intoxicated) with an unsecured 3-year-old child. Officers made contact with the suspect and gave him verbal commands to exit his vehicle. The suspect exited his vehicle with the child and proceeded to walk into an open field near the mentioned intersection. The suspect refused to put the child down in an attempt to avoid being arrested.
Negotiators with SAPD’s Crisis Negotiation Team (CNT) and SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division (CID) were requested to assist at the suspect’s location. After a substantial amount of time, Negotiators were successful in convincing the suspect to release the child and allow officers to take him into custody. The child was not injured and was safely returned to the victim.
Officers learned that the suspect had been involved in a domestic disturbance with a 24-year-old victim, where he ran over the victim’s hand with his vehicle and fled the scene with the 3-year-old child. The victim was transported to Shannon Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
Additional charges may be forthcoming as this investigation continue.
San Angelo, TX (April 18, 2023, 1:36pm): A female suspect led San Angelo Police on a vehicle chase earlier this morning after she was called in as a reckless driver. The vehicle chase originated on the Eastside of San Angelo and was called off on San Angelo’s Westside. The suspect was not identified as the vehicle chase was called off due to the safety of the public being at risk.
The San Angelo Police Department was dispatched to the intersection of Riverside and Bell after receiving multiple calls for service regarding a reckless driver. Officers located the suspect (driving a white Honda Accord) on Richard Street and attempted to stop the vehicle. The female driver evaded officers in the vehicle and proceeded to travel towards the Westside of San Angelo. Multiple agencies (Game Wardens and DPS) assisted with the chase, but the chase was called off on Sherwood Way.
The chase was called off due to the suspect’s high rate of speed, reckless driving, and lack of regard for public safety.
If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact our Desk Duty Officer at 325-481-2696 or our Non-Emergency Dispatch at 325-657-4315. Please reference Case #2023-0004724 when giving information.
San Angelo, TX (April 13, 2023, 2:11pm) One male and one female are in custody after the execution of a Narcotics Search Warrant at a residence in the 2900blk of Bowie Street. At the conclusion of the Search Warrant, 46-year-old Oscar Mendez and 36-year-old Velia Valdez were transported to the Tom Green County Jail, where they were both charged with Man/Del CS PG1 >=400grams.
SAPD’s Street Crimes Division developed information that a quantity of illegal narcotics was being kept at a local residence on Bowie Street. A Search Warrant was executed during the Morning hours of 4/13/23 by SAPD’s SWAT, Street Crimes, and K9 Divisions. The listed items were located/seized inside the residence along with both Mendez and Valdez.
Additional charges may be forthcoming as this investigation continues.