October 10, 2018 — A 33-year-old San Angelo man who assaulted a 67-year-old male relative with a metal broom handle this morning has been arrested.
Around 9:15 a.m., San Angelo Police were dispatched to Highland Grocery at 1001 S. Chadbourne for the report of an assault.
Officers arrived and located the victim inside an ambulance. The man was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of multiple injuries he sustained in the assault. His injuries are said to be non-life-threatening. His current condition is unknown.
During the follow-up investigation, Officers identified the suspect as Jimmy Perez and determined that the assault occurred at a residence in the 1000 block of Orient Street. Perez was no longer on scene but Officers located evidence of a struggle along with the broom used to commit the assault.
Just before 12:30 this afternoon, a Patrol Sergeant who was searching for Perez observed Perez attempting to hide in the 200 block of W. Avenue N. The Patrol Sergeant attempted to make contact with Perez but Perez ran. Moments later, Perez surrendered and was taken into custody without further incident and transported to Police Headquarters for interview.
Following his interview, Perez was charged with Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon Family Violence and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Additional charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
On October 4, 2018, Perez was arrested for Terroristic Threat of Family Member/Household at the residence on Orient after he made threats of violence to the same victim while holding hedge clippers.
A 52-year-old San Angelo man located deceased inside a residence on E. 20th Street Monday afternoon has been identified as Macario Perales of San Angelo.
Officers responded to the home shortly after noon on October 8, 2018. Justice of the Peace J. P McGuire responded and formally pronounced Perales deceased and ordered Perales’s body to be transported to Lubbock, Texas for autopsy.
Preliminary findings indicate Perales suffered a medical complication and narcotics overdose.
Beginning October 20, 2018, San Angelo Public Safety Communications will host testing for Emergency Services Dispatcher positions every two (2) weeks The tests will be held 8:30 a.m. at Concho Valley Workforce Solutions, 202 Henry O. Flipper Street.
Interested applicants will need to apply online at https://g.co/kgs/jgP8CZ prior to test dates.
Interviews are slated to be held on test days and interview times will be announced on the day of the test.
The Communications Division is one of the most vital services for both our Police and Fire Departments and Dispatchers serve as the critical link between the citizens in need and responding personnel. There are several positions available.
For more information about the job’s description and hiring process visit www.cosatx.us
The San Angelo Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is conducting a death investigation at a residence in the unit block of E. 20th.
An 18-year-old San Angelo man is facing a plethora of charges after a weekend crime spree in Southland.
Just after 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 6, 2018, San Angelo Police responded to a residence in the 3300 block of Cedar Hill Drive where a 68-year-old San Angelo man reported one of his vehicles was burglarized and that his 2011 Ford F250 pickup truck had been stolen from his driveway. The victim also reported the truck contained a firearm and his credit cards.
As the responding Officer was taking the report, the victim received text messages from his bank inquiring about recent purchases that were made at multiple stores inside the Sunset Mall. During follow up investigation and review of surveillance footage from the mall, Officers learned that a subject who is known to law enforcement, Noah Silva, was using one of the cards to make the unauthorized purchases.
A few hours later, Officers spotted Silva driving the stolen truck in the 2600 block of S. Bryant Blvd. Additional units mobilized and attempted to execute a Felony traffic stop on the vehicle near Ben Ficklin and S. Bryant; however, Silva disregarded the marked units’ lights and sirens and a vehicle pursuit ensued. During the pursuit, Silva reached excessive speeds and drove through Butler Farms and neighboring fields.
Stop-Sticks were utilized near River Valley Lane, which disabled three of the truck’s tires but Silva continued fleeing until he crashed the truck in the 1600 block of Idaho Avenue. Following the crash, Silva fled on foot. Officers quickly established a perimeter and located Silva. Silva actively resisted his arrest.
Silva was charged with Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle, Evading Arrest Detention with Vehicle, Evading Arrest Detention, Resisting Arrest Detention, and warrants.
Additional charges are forthcoming pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation and Silva is a person of interest in several thefts and burglaries that have occurred in the Southland area prior to Saturday’s incident.
The victim’s stolen firearm was also recovered from the truck.