On 5-10-2022, Street Crimes Detectives obtained a Search Warrant for a residence located in the 400 blk of E 22nd Street. Street Crimes Detectives, SWAT personnel, and K9 participated in the investigation. The following items were located and seized:
Approximately 160 grams of Methamphetamine
< 2 ounces of Marijuana
Six individuals were located in the residence, and all six were arrested for various charges:
David Gaitan - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, POM <2 oz
Mercedes Gaitan - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, city warrants
Stephanie Florez - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams, POM <2 oz
Mercedes Salazar - Man/Del CS PG 1 >=4 grams < 200 grams
Luis Jimenez – PCS PG1 <1 gram, Go Off Bond Warrant
Michael Mares – city warrants
No further information is available.
On 5/4/22 at 7:04pm, Officers with SAPD’s Gang Unit observed a wanted subject (Donavan Guzman 31yoa) in the parking lot of a local motel in the 1900blk of Sherwood Way.
Officers attempted to make contact with Guzman at which point he began to evade the officers on foot. Officers were able to quickly apprehend Guzman after a brief pursuit and take him into custody after receiving some resistance from him.
While trying to take Guzman into custody, one of the officers observed a female subject (Willie Lacy 48yoa) try to pull officers off of Guzman while they were on the ground. After Guzman was taken into custody, Lacy was arrested for Interference with Public Duties and was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Guzman was medically cleared at Shannon Medical Center for injuries sustained during the arrest and he was transported to the Tom Green County Jail for the charges below.
Guzman was charged with his Felony County Warrants, Evading Arrest/Detention, Resisting Arrest, and Two counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance PG 1>=1G<4G.
No injuries to officers were reported during this incident.
On April 28, 2022, Detective Ethan Hodges obtained a search warrant for a residence located in the 700 blk of W. 18th Street. San Angelo Police Detectives assigned to the Street Crimes, Anti-crime unit, and K9 Unit located and arrested Bryson Mc Clinton DOB 06-10-88 for a parole warrant. The search warrant resulted in 40 grams of crack cocaine, 2 handguns, and $2250.00 in cash being seized. Bryson McClinton was charged with Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance Penalty group 1 4<200 and a parole warrant. Joseph Hudson DOB 04/08/85 was arrested for Manufacture/Delivery of a controlled substance Penalty group 1 4<200 and Possession of marijuana <2oz.
No further information is available at this time.
On the dates of April 21, 22 and 23rd 2022, a joint operation investigating online solicitation of a minor was conducted in San Angelo, Texas. Agencies that assisted in the investigation included San Angelo Police Department, Department of Homeland Security Investigations, DPS, Abilene Police Department, Big Spring Police Department and Goodfellow Air Force Base NCIS/OSI. During the investigation the 8 people listed below were arrested.
On 4/8/22 around 5:56am, Officers with the San Angelo Police Department were dispatched to the unit block of W. 33rd street in reference to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle call. It was learned that the subjects made entry into multiple unsecured vehicles on this street and took property from inside of them.
Officers converged on the area and located three subjects matching the physical descriptions given by the complainant of the call. The subjects were identified as Isaac Duarte (19yoa,) Alejandro Silva (17yoa,) and Adam Chappa (19yoa.)
The subjects were found to be in possession of stolen property from approximately “10” vehicle burglaries that had occurred in that area.
SAPD’s Criminal Investigation Division and Crime Scene Division were requested on scene to assist with the investigation.
Duarte was ultimately charged with Burglary of a Motor Vehicle and Possession of Marijuana <2oz, Chappa was charged with multiple counts of Burglary of a Motor vehicle, and Silva was charged with multiple counts of Burglary of a Motor vehicle as well.
SAPD encourages the public to always secure your vehicles and to report suspicious activity at any time of day/night.