On May 6, 2015 at approximately 11:35 am, San Angelo Police responded to a residence in the 2300 block of Senisa Trail for subject with a weapon. It was learned this was also a domestic disturbance.
When Police arrived, the male subject was in front of the residence, but he went inside after Officers attempted to make contact with him. The male subject was later identified as Anastacio Govea DOB 10-08-1979. Officers made contact with the 33 year old Hispanic female victim in the front of the residence. The victim reported Govea pointed a handgun at her, threatened to kill her, and told her if the Police responded they would have to shoot him.
A perimeter was established around the residence and the Crisis Negotiation Team and SWAT team were dispatched to the location. Officers attempted to make contact with Govea for several hours without making contact. At approximately 4:00 pm, Govea surrendered himself to Police and was taken into custody without incident.
Govea was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Family Violence.
On April 29, 2015 at approximately 6:58 pm, San Angelo Police responded to the 100 block of Veterans Memorial Drive for a report of indecent exposure.
Victims stated they had been walking along the river when they noticed a black Nissan Maxima stop in front of them and begin to drive slowly. The vehicle eventually stopped. As the victims neared the vehicle, they could see the driver, a male subject, masturbating. The male subject drove away. The victims were able to provide a detailed description of the vehicle and the license plate. The vehicle was located by Police near Neffs Way and Oakes Street.
The driver was identified as Angel Franco DOB 08-10-81. Franco matched the description of the male subject given by the victims. Police were able to develop information during the investigation linking Franco to the Offense.
Franco was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with Indecent Exposure.
It is unknown at this time if this incident is related to other indecent exposure incidents reported to the SAPD in the past few weeks that was covered in a recent press release.
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation, which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which it falls as Police Week.
In 2014, the Nation lost one hundred twenty-seven peace officers in line of duty deaths, eleven of those officers were from Texas.
Each year, the San Angelo Police Department hosts public and private events in honor of the peace officers who died in the line of duty, as well as to thank those who currently serve and protect our citizens. This year's events are slated for May 11 through the 15th.
The following events are open to the public:
For more information about the events or for sponsorship opportunities, contact Officer Tracy Gonzalez (325) 481-2718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 24, 2015 at approximately 6:29 pm, Police were dispatched to the Candlelight Apartments, located at 15 E 31st, in reference to an intoxicated subject.
Upon arrival, Police learned a male subject, Otis Woodfin DOB 12-26-85, had walked into one of the apartments on the property and that he was not wanted on the premises. Officer C. Barker and Officer T. Burks located Woodfin and found him to be intoxicated.
The Officers began to take Woodfin into custody. Woodfin ignored several verbal commands and began to physically resist the Officers. Woodfin was taken to the ground in order to attempt to get control of him. While on the ground, Woodfin kicked Officer T Burks in the pelvic area causing pain and minor injury.
The Officers were able to gain control of Woodfin and take him into custody. Woodfin was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with Public Intoxication, Interference with Public Duties, and Assault on a Public Servant.
An eighty-two year old San Angelo Man remains hospitalized this afternoon after a vicious dog attack in north San Angelo.
The victim, a volunteer for Meals for the Elderly, was delivering meals to a home in the 100 block of W. 32nd Street just before 11:00 a.m. when he was reportedly attacked by a client's three dogs.
The victim reportedly sustained multiple bite wounds to his limbs, torso, head, and face before the dogs? owner could gain control and secure the dogs in a nearby yard. San Angelo Fire Department Medics responded to the scene and provided first aid to the man before transporting him to Shannon Medical Center for treatment. He is reportedly in stable condition.
Animal Services Officers who responded to the scene utilized tranquilizer darts in an attempt to sedate the dogs before taking them into custody. Shortly after being tranquilized, one of the dogs charged a San Angelo Police Officer who was assisting Animal Services. The Officer shot the dog with his Taser, preventing further attack or escape through an open fence.
The dogs? owner surrendered custody to Animal Services and they were removed from the property. The dogs will be quarantined at the Animal Shelter for ten days.