On Tuesday, July 22, 2014, at approximately 3:05 p.m., San Angelo Police responded to the 2200 block of Knickerbocker Rd for the report of a vehicle crash involving four vehicles.
Upon arrival, police learned a black, 2002 Chevrolet Silverado had collided with a white 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe causing the Tahoe to hit a red 2005 Pontiac Vibe and a white Ford F-350. The driver of the black Chevrolet Silverado was identified as, Jerry Carson (05/17/1964), of Coleman, TX. During the field investigation, Carson, was suspected of being intoxicated and was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after standard sobriety tests were administered. Carson was arrested without incident and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
The 43 year old driver of the Tahoe, and the 22 year old driver and 23 year old passenger of the Vibe were all taken to Shannon Hospital by ambulance for non incapacitating injuries.
A man and woman attempting to steal from Walmart were apprehended Friday evening after a short vehicle pursuit, crash, and foot pursuit that ended in southwest San Angelo.
On Saturday, July 19, 2014, San Angelo Police were dispatched to the Walmart Supercenter on Sherwood Way for the report of a female shoplifter who was being combative towards Walmart personnel. While enroute, police received an update that the suspect had since exited the store and left the parking lot in silver, Chevrolet Impala driven by a white male.
SAPD Lake Division Officer T. Berrie located the Impala a short time later and attempted to initiate a traffic stop on Southwest Blvd by Green Meadow but the diver actively evaded police and a short vehicle pursuit ensued.
The pursuit ended when the driver of the Impala crashed into a vehicle that was parked in the 3200 block of Rock brook Drive. After the crash, the driver fled on foot. The female suspect, identified as Felisha Lee (DOB 12-12-87) of San Angelo, was taken into custody at the scene. Lee, who was injured during the car crash, was transported to Community Medical Center for treatment.
Police quickly established a perimeter of the area in an attempt to apprehend the fleeing driver. During the search, multiple witnesses told police they observed the suspect enter a backyard of a residence in the 3200 block of Southland Boulevard.
K9 Officer J. Fisher and his Police Service Dog Thor responded to the scene to assist with the search. Shortly after Thor began a scent track on the suspect, he led the officers to a shed located on the property. Upon opening the shed's door, police located the suspect hiding inside. Police ordered the suspect to surrender himself, however the suspect dismissed their commands and attempted to flee once more. As officers were attempting to take the suspect into custody, he actively resisted them and stated he was armed with a knife. Once secured, police searched the suspect for weapons but only located a handcuff-key in his pocket. Once the suspect was placed inside a patrol unit, he began to hit his head several times on the unit's interior bars. Officers requested medical evaluation for the suspect and he was transported by ambulance to Community Medical Center. One officer received minor injuries while taking the suspect into custody.
Once Lee and the male suspect were released from medical care, they were transported to the Tom Green County Jail. The male suspect, who initially lied about his identity to police and hospital staff, was positively identified at the jail through a fingerprint search as Jacob Wood (DOB 11-09-80) of San Angelo. Wood was charged with Evading Arrest Detention with Previous Conviction, Evading Arrest Detention with Vehicle, Failure to Identity as a Fugitive, Resisting Arrest Search or Transport, Expired Motor Vehicle Registration, and several outstanding Warrants.
Lee was charged with Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Tramadol that was located during an inventory of the Impala as well as several outstanding City Warrants. Walmart personnel recovered the stolen items in the parking lot. They advised the value of the stolen merchandise was approximately $188.00.
Early morning traffic stop leads to drug and weapons charges for two San Angelo men.
Just before 1:00 a.m. this morning, San Angelo Police Patrol Officer C. Bradshaw conducted a traffic stop on a grey, 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe in the 3100 block of Patrick Street for an equipment violation. The vehicle was occupied by three people.
When Officer Bradshaw made contact with the driver, he observed and empty gun holster near the driver's seat. Officer Bradshaw asked if there were any weapons inside the vehicle and the driver advised there was a gun.
During a consent search of the vehicle, Officer Bradshaw located a handgun, a bladed weapon, a club, drug paraphernalia, and a substance that field tested positive for approximately 13.6 grams of methamphetamine.
The driver, identified as Devin Barratt (10-04-82) of San Angelo, was arrested for Manufacture Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 and Unlawful Carrying Weapon. He was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
A back passenger, Randle Bradford (DOB 08-17-84) of Christoval, Texas, was arrested for State Jail Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 after police located approximately .5 grams of methamphetamine in his clothing. Shortly after his arrest, Bradford requested medical treatment. Bradford was transported to Shannon Medical Center for evaluation. Once released from medical care, Bradford was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
A 32-year-old female passenger was not charged and was released at the scene.
Three male juveniles were arrested this morning after a lengthy investigation into multiple incidents of criminal mischief just north of Goodfellow Air Force Base.
Just before 8:00 a.m., San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Era Street for the report of male juveniles spray-painting property. The caller provided descriptions of the young men and their direction of travel.
San Angelo Police Officer D. Martin, who was patrolling nearby when the call came out, responded to the area and observed the suspects spray-painting graffiti. Additional officers converged on the area and all three suspects were taken into custody without incident.
Officers then canvassed the area and found several locations where cars, traffic signs, residential driveways, mailboxes, and the roadway itself were spay-painted with profanities and other markings.
Detectives with the Department's Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Scene Technicians also responded to investigate the incidents that, so far, have been located within the 700 to 1000 blocks of Era Street. Police also spoke with two independent witnesses who said they observed the males spray-painting objects while they walked down the street.
In addition to the criminal mischief, Police are investigating the report of a nearby vehicle burglary that may be linked to these incidents.
Police have not been able to make contact with all the victims where the damage was located and they expect more reports to come in as people return home for the day. If you discover damage to your property, please call 325-657-4315 to request an officer to come out and take a report.
The juveniles ages 14, 15 and 16, were charged with State Jail Felony Criminal Mischief and were transported to the Tom Green County Juvenile Justice Center. Additional charges are pending. This is an ongoing investigation.
The San Angelo Police are looking for a driver involved in a vehicle versus pedestrian crash that occurred yesterday morning in the 1800 block of Knickerbocker Road.
At approximately 8:00 a.m., July 15, 2014, a Silver Toyota passenger car traveling westbound on Knickerbocker Road struck a 19-year-old female who was attempting to cross Knickerbocker Road (South to North) at Commerce Street.
After the collision, the driver of the Silver Toyota, described as a Hispanic female, stopped to offer aid to the victim but the victim advised the driver that she was not injured and told the driver she could leave.
Police need to speak with the driver as a formality. No criminal charges are pending and this is not considered a Hit and Run.
If you are the driver or know the driver, please contact Officer Steven Quade at 325-657-4253.