The San Angelo Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division is continuing its investigation into the death of a toddler who drowned in Lake Nasworthy Friday evening.
Nearby Lake Police were alerted to the drowning at Mary E. Lee Beach just before 9:30 p.m. by beachgoers. A Lake Officer immediately entered the water and attempted to search for the toddler manually while others prepared the Division's watercraft for deployment. Fire Department personnel also aided with the search.
After about 50 minutes, Police located and recovered the toddler with the assistance of Sonar and special recovery equipment but the child showed no signs of life. He was identified as two-year-old Treswawn Marquveis Collins of San Angelo.
Justice of the Peace Eddie Howard responded and pronounced Collins dead by drowning. Collins was sent to Lubbock for autopsy and results are pending. The drowning appeared to be accidental.
Witnesses at the beach told Officers Collins slipped off a floatation device and into the water after his parents, who were accompanying him on the lake, began to experience difficulty swimming. They were reported to be several yards away from the shoreline and were assisted to shore by nearby kayakers.
This is an ongoing investigation and no further information is available at this time.
A 33-year-old San Angelo woman was arrested on drug charges after a SAPD Police K9 alerted Officers to narcotics inside her vehicle just before 9:00 p.m. yesterday.
Christy Jackson was charged with 2nd Degree Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance on August 4, 2015 after police retrieved methamphetamine that was partially concealed inside a void in her vehicle's door.
Prior to Jackson's arrest, Patrol Officer T. Dietz had been searching for a reckless driver in a red truck that had several items in the truck bed when he observed a vehicle that matched the description pull into a parking lot in the 300 block of W 14th street. Officer Dietz went to investigate and detained the truck's driver, later identified as Jackson, for not having a front license plate.
During the detention, Officers observed something suspicious inside a void where a door handle was missing and requested assistance from a Police K9 Team. SAPD K9 Sergeant C. Cimino and Police Service Dog Vader responded to the request. Vader conducted a ?Sniff? search and alerted Officers to the door and they retrieved a small bag that contained suspected methamphetamine. The contents field-tested positive for methamphetamine and weighed approximately 3 grams.
Jackson was transported to the Tom Green County jail without incident.
The San Angelo Police Department is investigating the death of an 11-month old infant who passed away this afternoon in South San Angelo.
At about 1:50 p.m., San Angelo Police and Fire Department personnel responded to a residence at the River Bend Estates located in the 4400 block of River Bend for the report of an unconscious infant.
First responders located the male infant, began life saving measures, and transported him to Shannon Medical Center by ambulance where he died a short time later.
The Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Scene Unit responded to investigate the circumstances leading up to the child's death. At this time, the cause of death is undetermined and officials have ordered an autopsy. The child's name is not being released.
This investigation is ongoing and no other details are being released at this time.
San Angelo Police recently obtained surveillance video of the Hit and Run crash that killed 21-year-old Joe Carlos Lopez. A vehicle struck Lopez as he was riding his skateboard on Chadbourne Street near East Avenue I on August 2, 2015 around 2:30 a.m.
After reviewing the video, police believe the suspect vehicle is a white or light-colored, late-nineties to early two-thousand model Ford Explorer or Expedition with front passenger side headlight damage. Police originally suspected Ford to be the make of the vehicle due to evidence collected at the scene.
The driver/suspect may not be aware of the collision and Investigators are urging the public to share this information with anyone they know who owns this type of vehicle and has recent damage.
If you have any information about the identity and whereabouts of the suspect and vehicle, please call San Angelo Hit & Run Investigator Steven Quade at (325) 657-4253 or Officer Josh Loudermilk at (325) 657-4307. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or call the SAPD's 24 hour Tip Hotline at 1-855-TIPS-247. You can also text your tips, text TIP SAPD followed by your message, to 888777.
This is an ongoing investigation and no other information is available at this time.
Vincent Salcedo (DOB 06-05-79) was charged with Assault on a Public Servant Causing Injury, Interference with Duties of a Public Servant, Resisting Arrest, and Public Intoxication after he interfered with an investigation and assaulted a San Angelo Police Officer Saturday morning.
Officers initially arrested V. Salcedo for Public Intoxication and interfering with a Hit and Run Crash Investigation they were conducting in the 200 block of W Avenue U on August 1, 2015, at about 12:30 a.m. involving a possible intoxicated driver who struck a parked trailer.
Officers first encountered Salcedo at the scene, standing in the roadway by a damaged trailer. Salcedo, who appeared to be intoxicated at the time, first denied knowledge of the incident but then told police an unknown person moved the trailer. Police later learned the alleged hit and run suspect, Daniel Salcedo, left the scene prior to their arrival.
During the investigation, V. Salcedo repeatedly interfered and verbally harassed Officers. Officers issued V. Salcedo verbal warnings to stop interfering but he disregarded the warnings, and at one point, used his body to physically block one officer who was trying to photograph the scene.
When Officers advised V. Salcedo he was under arrest for Interference, he became combative and resisted arrest. After a brief struggle, Salcedo was taken into custody but remained uncooperative and refused to stand or walk until he complained ants were biting him. One Officer who was trying to Move Salcedo to provide aid for his ant bites was kicked in the knee. The Officer was transported to a local hospital, treated for his injuries and released.
Police arrested Daniel Salcedo later that afternoon in an unrelated incident after he led police on a high-speed chase. Police Radar clocked a 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe speeding more than 10 MPH over the posted speed limit in the 1000 block of Glenna Drive. The vehicle's driver, later identified as Daniel Salcedo, Jr. (DOB 04-29-73), refused to stop for a traffic stop and fled at speeds in excess of 85MPH. The pursuit ended at the Plaza Del Sol Apartment Complex, 4375 Oak Grove Blvd., when D. Salcedo exited his vehicle and ran. Officers located D. Salcedo inside a family member's apartment a short time later and took him into custody without incident.
D. Salcedo was charged with Evading in a Motor Vehicle and issued multiple traffic citations. D. Salcedo was not charged with the Hit and Run on Avenue U because the registered owner of the trailer declined to file a report.