Over the last two days, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department’s Anti-Crime Unit and Gang Unit have arrested the following suspects pursuant to an ongoing investigation into criminal activity associated with a residence located in the 2000 block of Colorado Street in San Angelo, Texas.
Alfredo Chavez, age 17: Possession of Marijuana
Vanessa Gonzales, age 22: Possession of Marijuana
Mykah Saldivar, age 19: Possession of Marijuana, Possession Controlled Substance PG3
Jonathan Tucker, age 17: Burglary of Habitation, Unauthorized Use of Vehicle, Seatbelt-Passenger 17 and Older
Subsequent to the arrests, a search warrant operation was executed at the residence where officers located and seized a quantity of stolen property — including firearms.
Additional charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
Members of the Department’s K9 Unit, Criminal Investigations Division, and Crime Scene Investigations assisted with the operation.
August 26, 2020 — Just after 1:30 a.m., San Angelo Public Safety Communications received multiple calls concerning reports of “shots fired” near the 2400 block of North Lillie Street.
Shortly after, San Angelo Police were dispatched to Shannon Medical Center for the report of a 20-year-old male shooting victim.
Subsequent to the preliminary field investigation, detectives learned that the victim had been shot during an altercation between two unknown male suspects while in the parking lot of the Nueva Vista Apartments located at 2401 North Lillie Street and that the incident was not a random act of violence.
If anyone has information about the suspect(s) identity or whereabouts, please contact the Criminal Investigations Division at (325) 657-4264. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or by text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts.
This is an ongoing investigation and no additional information is available for release at this time.
This morning, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted LIDAR Traffic Enforcement in eleven (11) school zones. A total of thirty-five (35) citations and seven (7) warnings were issued.
Following the school zone enforcement, LIDAR Traffic Enforcement was conducted in the 2200 block of West Houston Harte’s eastbound traffic. A total of sixty (60) citations and twenty-five (25) warnings were issued.
Cell phone in School Zone: 2
Other/Misc. Violations: 5
No Insurance: 2
Speeding: 52 (Highest speed: 94 mph.)
Other/Misc. Violations: 3
No Driver’s License: 2
No Insurance: 3
The life of a child is priceless and not worth the risk by speeding through a school zone. Children are more vulnerable than adults to being hit by a car — they tend to be less cautious than adults, are less visible due to their size, and they are less likely to survive a hit by a vehicle.
When approaching a school zone, slow down. The few seconds you may save speeding through a school zone is not worth the fine, but more importantly, it’s not worth the life of a child.
August 22, 2020 – An Amber alert had been issued for 14 Month Old Klay Guzman, with information indicating the suspect, 28 Year Old Matthew Guzman, had taken the child from Colorado City, TX. Several attempts to locate the child at possible local addresses in San Angelo, TX were completed over the past two days.
On August 22, 2020 just before 1600 hours, information was received that indicated Matthew Guzman was in the 500 block of E Harris Ave and wanted to turn himself in. Officers responded and made contact with Matthew Guzman who had Klay Guzman with him. Matthew Guzman was taken into custody without incident for a warrant issued by Colorado City PD. The child was in good health and turned over to family.
For information regarding charges and case information, refer to Colorado City PD.
August 22, 2020 – Just after 0800 hours this morning, San Angelo Police were dispatched to 410 W Avenue L for a report of a shooting victim. Upon Officers‘ arrival, the victim was found to be a two (2) year old child with a single gun shot wound. The victim was transported to Shannon Hospital by medics, and was further transported to Cook Children’s hospital for treatment. No information was provided to indicate that the victim was facing a life threatening injury.
San Angelo Police Department Child Crimes Detectives, Criminal Investigation Division Detectives, and Crime Scene Investigators responded and investigated the incident. Child Protective Services responded to assist with the investigation as well.
At the conclusion of the investigation, it was discovered that the victim’s three (3) year old sibling had gotten access to a firearm and accidentally shot the victim.
Possible criminal charges may be pending for not preventing access to the firearm by the children, however, no arrests were made at this time.