On 5/24/22, Detectives with the SAPD Street Crimes Division executed a search warrant at a residence in the 1700blk of McGlothlin Street.
Officers conducted a search of the residence and the following items were located and seized:
Three individuals were taken into custody and they were charged with the listed offenses.
Kayla Browne (31yoa) was arrested for “Man/Del CS PG 1>=4grams<200grams.”
Adam Muniz (37 yoa) was arrested for “Man/Del CS PG 1>=4grams<200grams” and a County Warrant.
Christopher Ellingburg (38 yoa) was arrested for Possession of Marijuana <2oz.
SAPD’s Anti-Crime Unit, Gang Unit, SWAT team personnel, K9 Division, and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) assisted with the Search Warrant.
On 5/25/22 around 12:46am. Officers were dispatched to Shannon South in reference to a shooting victim. Officers arrived on scene and learned that a 30 year old male was suffering from a gunshot wound to his torso.
Officers were able to obtain information from the victim and learned that the shooting had taken place at a residence in the 1900blk of Dena. Officers secured the residence and both SAPD’s Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Scene Division arrived on scene to assist.
Paul Zipper (51 yoa) was identified as a suspect during the course of the investigation and he was located, detained, and was interviewed that morning by a Detective. Paul was taken into custody on 5/27/22 for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly weapon.
This investigation is currently ongoing and further information will be released as it is obtained.
In wake of the tragedy that took place in Uvalde, TX, both the SAPD and the San Angelo Independent School District administrations have been in constant communications with each other since yesterday afternoon to provide an additional layer of security at all of our campuses.
The goal of the SAPD and the SAISD is to maintain a safe and secure learning environment for all of our students throughout the City of San Angelo.
The SAPD and SAISD highly encourages anyone with information regarding possible threats to our schools and students to contact the Police Department directly with their concerns so we can address them accordingly.
Our continued thoughts and prayers are with the community of Uvalde and the families affected by this horrendous act.
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.