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Remaining Aggravated Robbery Trio Member Apprehended
Aug 10, 2020   04:50 PM

This afternoon, members of the San Angelo Police Department’s Street Crimes Division, Anti-Crime Unit, and Patrol Division successfully executed an Arrest Warrant for 45-year-old Matthew Clark — the remaining suspect sought in connection to the Aggravated Robbery of a San Angelo couple inside a residence on East 19th Street on August 4, 2020. 

Clark had barricaded himself in a locked structure behind a residence located in the 600 block of North Archer.  

Two other suspects, 59-year-old John Delarosa and 32-year-old Seth Allbright, were previously located and charged with Aggravated Robbery.  

(Previous Releases: http://www.sanangelopolice.org/articles/view/second-aggravated-robbery-suspect-apprehended-after-vehicle-foot-pursuit-5f308418-f480-4a2b-b386-72110a1ed41f, http://www.sanangelopolice.org/articles/view/police-search-for-two-armed-robbery-suspects-5f2db75d-5424-47c0-87b6-70f40a1ed423

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Police Investigate Report of Animal Cruelty
Aug 10, 2020   04:27 PM

August 10, 2020 — Just before 1:00 a.m. this morning, San Angelo Police were dispatched to a residence in the 2200 block of Dartmouth Street for the report of animal cruelty.  

During the preliminary field-investigation, police learned a dog was allegedly poisoned at a nearby residence.  Police attempted to make contact with the resident(s) at the location of incident but no one responded.     

Due to the nature of this allegation, this incident was immediately assigned to a detective for investigation.  

Det. K. Lane has been tasked with investigating this incident and is actively working on the case.  The San Angelo Police Department takes allegations of this type very seriously.  We ask for your patience as we properly investigate this incident.  

The Department is urging members of the public not to contact any parties involved in the ongoing investigation.  Any threats made to the involved parties could result in an investigation and criminal charges may be pursued. 

If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact Det. Lane at 325-481-2789.  

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Second Aggravated Robbery Suspect Apprehended after Vehicle, Foot Pursuit
Aug 09, 2020   06:09 PM

One of the suspects involved in the August 4, 2020, Aggravated Robbery of a San Angelo couple inside a residence on East 19th Street, 32-year-old Seth Allbright, was arrested earlier today following a vehicle and foot pursuit in northeast San Angelo. 

A San Angelo Police Department Patrol Officer observed Allbright operating a blue-colored SUV and attempted to conduct a traffic stop near the Stripes at La Follette and Bell; however, Allbright bailed from the vehicle and fled the area.

During a search of the vehicle, Officers located Allbright’s wallet, a double-barrel shotgun, and debit and credit cards belonging to various persons. 

A short time later, two off-duty San Angelo Police Officers who were working security at a nearby church observed Allbright near the Houston Harte frontage road and North Marie Street.  During their coordinated apprehension, Allbright ran and a foot pursuit ensued westbound onto the Houston Harte Expressway where Allbright was met by additionally responding units.  Allbright was taken into custody without further incident and treated for heat-related issues at a nearby hospital before he was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.

Another suspect, 59-year-old John Delarosa, was apprehended on August 6th.  The third suspect sought in this case, 45-year-old Matthew Clark, is still at large.

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Police Search for Two Armed-Robbery Suspects
Aug 07, 2020   03:16 PM

On August 4, 2020, San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 400 block of East 19th Street for the report of a robbery.  

During the field-investigation, police learned that a 59-year-old man and his 35-year-old girlfriend were been inside a residence when three armed men forced entry and robbed them. 

During the follow-up investigation, Detectives with the Department’s Criminal Investigations Division developed probable cause to obtain warrants of arrest for 59-year-old John Delarosa, 32-year-old Seth Albright, and 45-year-old Matthew Clark for the charge of Aggravated Robbery. 

Yesterday, members of the Department’s Anti-Crime Unit apprehended Delarosa near North Bell and Pulliam.  Albright and Clark are still at large. 

If you have information about Albright and Clark’s whereabouts, please call dispatch at (325) 657-4315.  To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or by text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts.  

 

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Burglary Investigation on East Harris Avenue
Aug 06, 2020   01:57 PM

At approximately 11:50 p.m. on August 5, 2020, San Angelo Police were dispatched to a residence in the 500 block of East Harris Avenue for the report of a prowler attempting to gain entry. 

When officers arrived, they discovered a 26-year-old female victim had been assaulted by three suspects who had forced their way inside the residence.  It was also learned that the victim knew the two female suspects and that she fought them off with a knife, possibly injuring one.   

Through follow-up investigation, 38-year-old Elizabeth Guerrero and 17-year-old Cecilia Guerrero were developed as the two female suspects.  The pair was eventually located inside a residence in the 400 block of East Harris Avenue.  Investigators also discovered and seized a quantity of marijuana at the residence. 

Subsequent to the field-investigation and suspect interviews with the Criminal Investigations Division, probable cause was obtained to charge the pair with Burglary of Habitation.    

Elizabeth Guerrero was treated at Shannon Medical Center for minor injuries she sustained from the knife, and upon her release, transported to the Tom Green County Jail where she was charged with Burglary of Habitation.  Cecilia Guerrero was charged with Burglary of Habitation and State Jail Felony Possession of Marijuana. 

The third suspect, an unidentified male, has not been located. 

  

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