A 31-year-old San Angelo man who was recently featured on a SAPD Wanted Poster was arrested late last night after a brief foot chase.
On February 26, 2014, at approximately 10:00 p.m., Officer E. Tabone observed a vehicle which he believed was occupied by known fugitive, Eric Estrada (DOB 03-08-82), exiting the Walmart parking lot on 610 W. 29th Street. As the vehicle traveled, the driver also committed a moving violation.
Officer Tabone attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle in the unit block of W. 27thstreet. When the vehicle pulled into a private driveway in the unit block of W 27th, Estrada exited the vehicle and ran away through neighboring yards. Shortly after a chase began, Officer Tabone caught Estrada and took him into custody without incident. During a search of Estrada incident to his arrest, Officer Tabone located a small baggy that contained marijuana. A glass pipe was also located in the immediate path of the foot chase.
SAPD K9 Officer H. Miller and his Police Service Dog Thor responded to the scene to conduct an interior ?Sniff? of the vehicle. During the ?Sniff?, Thor alerted interest in the interior. When officers searched the vehicle, they located a bullet in the center console. The bullet was seized and tagged into evidence.
Estrada was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with outstanding County and City Warrants, Evading Arrest/Detention with Prior Conviction, Class B Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Estrada was the subject of an Arrest Warrant issued in connection with an Aggravated Assault incident that occurred earlier this month at the Motel 6 located at 311 N. Bryant Blvd. Police were called to the scene after a motel staff member found blood and bullet holes inside one of the unoccupied rooms. Subsequent to the investigation, police learned Estrada and Frank Mayo were named as suspects who allegedly assaulted one of the motel's occupants. Investigators later obtained Arrest Warrants for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon for both Mayo and Estrada. Mayo was located and arrested for his warrant on February 16, 2014.
<p>Traffic Signal down at the intersection of Abe and Beauregard</p><p> </p><p>San Angelo, Texas [August 7, 2012] ? Workers will soon begin repairing the traffic light at Abe</p><p>and Beauregard after a vehicle crash recently knocked down the pole and control cabinet.</p><p>A signal contractor working for the City has ordered the parts necessary to replace the pole and</p><p>cabinet, and repairs are scheduled to begin Thursday or Friday.</p><p> </p><p>The crash occurred on July 29 and crews were able to restore temporary power to the remaining</p><p>signals, allowing them to place the red lights in a flash pattern. They also added a temporary stop</p><p>sign to create an all-way stop at this intersection, which will remain in place until a new signal</p><p>pole and control cabinet are installed.</p><p> </p><p>A permanent electrical connection is scheduled to be in place on Wednesday, which will help</p><p>alleviate the power failure issues with the temporary solar system. The new pole and control</p><p>cabinet should be operational within 18 to 21 days after repairs begin.</p><p> </p><p>Drivers should use caution when approaching this intersection and obey posted traffic signs.</p><p> </p><p>###</p>