This afternoon, San Angelo Police discovered a deceased person inside a parked 2009 Nissan XTerra in the 500 block of S. Jackson Street. The vehicle is registered to Darlene Perez, a 51-year-old San Angelo woman who was reported missing on April 8, 2017.
Although positive identification has not been made, Investigators with the Department’s Criminal Investigations Division believe the victim to be that of Perez.
Justice of the Peace Judge Fred Buck responded to the scene. The body will be sent to the South Plains Forensic Pathology Lab in Lubbock, Texas, for autopsy.
This is an active investigation and no other information is available for release at this time.
The San Angelo Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is investigating a stabbing that occurred at approximately 10:00 a.m. this morning at the Capri Apartment Complex, 602 W. Avenue M.
Upon arrival, Officers were directed to a female victim who was outside a second-floor apartment, suffering from an apparent stab wound. The victim, a 33-year-old San Angelo resident, was being cared for by bystanders. Officers took over first aid efforts until medics arrived and transported the victim to a nearby hospital where she later underwent surgery. The suspect, reportedly a Hispanic female in her early-twenties, fled the scene prior to police arrival.
If you have any information about this incident or the suspect’s identity or whereabouts, please contact Detective James Hernandez at 325-659-8015. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247, via text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts, or by phone at 1-855-TIPS-247.
On Wednesday afternoon, April 5, 2017, Members of the Department’s Criminal Investigations Division attempted to located 19-year-old Joshua Anthony Puga, who was wanted on an outstanding 2nd Degree Felony Burglary of Habitation Arrest Warrant.
Puga was located near 13th and Oakes and arrested without incident. During a search incident to his arrest, Investigators located a firearm, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and suspected stolen property.
In addition to the warrant arrest, Puga was charged with Unlawful Carrying Weapon, Possession of Marijuana <2OZ, and Possession Delivery of Drug Paraphernalia.
Subsequent to the field investigation, Detectives linked Puga to several open investigations and additional charges are pending the outcome of those investigations.
More information will be released when it becomes available.
Wednesday afternoon, April 5, 2017, San Angelo Police Officials met with Lake Nasworthy Homeowners Association President Ted Logan for a special dedication at the Department’s newly constructed SAPD Boathouse, located at 2022 Cat Tail Lane.
The Association purchased and donated a Lowrance HDS12 Gen3 sonar unit and supporting equipment, which will allow Lake and Park Police to see a three-dimensional picture of what is beneath and peripheral to a patrol boat.
The state-of-the-art unit is also equipped with GPS, which allows Officers to track where they have searched as well as mark locations of interest.
Although the system is mounted to one of the patrol boats, the equipment is designed to be portable, thus allowing Offices to take the equipment onto smaller watercraft for use in narrow, shallow waterways.
The donation comes at a perfect time, as Lake Recreation facilities are expected to fill for the Easter Holiday.
The Department would like to thank the members of the Association for their continued support and dedication to lake safety for residents and visitors.
On March 30, 2017, at approximately 3:15 p.m., San Angelo Police conducted a traffic stop on a 2005 Maroon Lincoln Navigator near the intersection of Edmund Boulevard and N. Van Buren Street.
Upon approach of the vehicle, the Officer recognized the driver as 33-year-old Daniel “DANNY” Lopez, who was known to the Officer as having an outstanding Parole Warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Lopez was immediately detained and subsequently arrested upon confirmation of the warrant.
During a search of the vehicle incident t Lopez’s arrest, Officers located a loaded firearm underneath the driver’s seat. Through a records search, the firearm was confirmed to be stolen.
Pursuant to the field investigation, Detectives with the Department’s Street Crimes Division developed probable cause to apply for and obtain a search warrant for Lopez’s residence.
The warrant, issued by District Judge Jay Weatherby, was executed at a residence in the 2000 block of Field Street. During the search, Investigators located and seized a quantity of suspected methamphetamine, approximately $5,500.00 in U.S. currency, two (2) Kevlar vests, an abundance of ammunition and gun cases, and eight (8) firearms. Three of the firearms were confirmed stolen.
Members of the Department’s Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, and K-9 Unit assisted with the operation.
Lopez was transported to Tom Green County Jail without incident following the traffic stop and booked for his outstanding Parole Warrant. Additional charges are pending the outcome of the ongoing investigation.