Yesterday morning, representatives with the San Angelo Fire and Police Departments kicked off a joint-training effort in hopes of offering vital tips and information to citizens on what they should do if confronted with an active attack and how they can help victims while awaiting Law Enforcement and EMS response.
The inaugural presentation, called Unified Response to Active Shooter Events (URASE), took place at the Trinity Lutheran School and Early Childhood Development campus with over forty attendees comprised of staff and parents.
In addition to San Angelo Fire and Police Departments, representatives from the San Angelo Fire Marshal’s Office, the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office, and the Texas Department of Public Safety are involved in the condensed joint-training effort, which takes components from the Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course and the Bleeding Control (B-Con) course, to provide strategies and guidance for surviving an active attack event as well as considerations for conducting immediate first aid to victims while awaiting EMS response.
The joint-training was developed in response to the public’s interest on the topic. The free training, which runs approximately one hour with presentation and Q & A, is available to school faculty, businesses, and churches.
One of the group’s long term goals is to seek a Corporate(s) donation of bleeding control tourniquets for training attendees. If you would like to schedule URASE Training or want more information on tourniquet sponsorship, contact:
San Angelo Fire Department: Lt. Santos Elizondo (325) 657-4281, or, San Angelo Police Department: Sgt. Cade Solsbery (325) 657-4319.
This morning, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a LIDAR Traffic Enforcement Operation targeting westbound traffic in the 1700 block of E. Houston Harte.
Police issued a total of one-hundred two (102) citations and twenty-two (22) warnings during the operation.
Breakdown for citations and arrests:
Speeding: 87 (Highest Speed 88 MPH. All cited were 10 MPH over the posted limit)
Other/Misc. Violations: 3
No Insurance: 5
No DL: 2
Operating a motor vehicle is an important privilege and responsibility for drivers, especially in a state as large as Texas with more than 310,000 miles of public roadways. Tragically, every year in Texas, approximately 3,000 people are killed in traffic crashes and more than 80,000 are seriously injured.
Today, more than ever, drivers must avoid distractions in their own vehicle while also staying alert for impaired or unsafe drivers sharing the roadway – failing to do so could have tragic consequences.
This morning, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a School Zone Traffic Enforcement Operation utilizing LIDAR and RADAR in numerous school zones throughout San Angelo. Following the School Zone Operation, additional LIDAR Traffic Enforcement was conducted targeting eastbound traffic in the 2200 block of W. Houston Harte.
Police issued a total of sixty-eight (68) citations and twelve (12) warnings during the operation.
Breakdown for citations and arrests:
Cell Phone Use in School Zone: 1
Driving While License Invalid: 3
Other/Misc. Violations: 3
Speeding: 37 (Highest Speed 89 MPH)
Fail to Move Over/Slow Down: 1
Other/Misc. Violations: 4
No Insurance: 1
No DL: 1
As a reminder, the Texas Transportation Code requires motorists nearing stopped emergency vehicles or TxDOT vehicles with lights activated to vacate the lane closest to the stopped vehicle (if there is more than one available lane in the same direction of travel) or slow to 20 miles below the speed limit.
Failing to take these actions endangers personnel who provide critical and life-saving services. Violation of this law could result in fines up to $200. The punishment is more severe if there is property damage, and jail time is possible if someone is injured.
San Angelo Police need your help locating two “purse snatcher” suspects that injured a disabled, 66-year-old woman this afternoon. The incident occurred around 2:45 p.m. in the 500 block of N. Bell Street shortly after the woman exited a taxi. The first suspect, described as a Hispanic female in her thirties, approximately 120-135 lbs., with long black hair (mid-back), and wearing black shorts, pulled the purse away from the woman after a brief struggle. The suspect then fled into a nearby vehicle driven by a Hispanic male. The suspect vehicle was described as a “shiny” red crossover style SUV. The taxi’s driver attempted to follow the suspect vehicle but eventually lost sight of it near S. Bell and Koberlin.
If you have any information on the suspects’ identities or whereabouts send a direct message to Facebook or Twitter. 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 active investigation and no other information is available at this time.
On Thursday, May 10, 2018, San Angelo Police began investigating a burglary of the Which Wich restaurant located at 59 N. Koenigheim Street.
Surveillance video of three suspects was promptly posted to the Department’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Shortly after making the posts, the Department received several Facebook and Nixle tips regarding the suspects’ identities.
23-year-old Brandon Marquies Walker, the shirtless-suspect identified as “#1” in the video, was located and arrested on Friday, May 11th following his interview with Detectives. 22-year-old Angel Caudillo, the suspect wearing a backpack and identified as “#3”, was located and arrested on Saturday, May 12. Both were charged with Burglary of Building.
Investigators have obtained an Arrest Warrant for 23-year-old Daniel Clay Adkins, the tattooed, tank-top wearing suspect identified as “#2” on the video. Adkins, a transient and new to the San Angelo area, recently stayed at the Salvation Army. If you have information about Adkins’s whereabouts contact (325) 481-2718 8a.m.-4 p.m. or Dispatch at (325) 657-4315. You can also send a direct message to the Department’s Facebook Page at facebook.com/SanAngeloPoliceDepartment. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or by text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts.
WALKER CAUDILLO ADKINS