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Two-Month-Old Injured Heroin-Positive Infant Dies
Nov 12, 2020   05:01 PM

Brixlee Marie Lee, the two-month-old infant who was recently placed on life support after being found unconscious and testing positive for heroin has succumbed to her injuries. 

Lee was rushed to Shannon Medical Center in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 7, 2020 after officers located her unconscious at a residence located in the 2200 block of Webster Avenue.  Due to Lee’s declining state and the location of the responding ambulance, officers transported Lee via patrol vehicle while another officer administered CPR.  The attending physician later advised that Lee was in cardio-respiratory failure and that, had the medical intervention not occurred when it did, Lee would have died.  Staff also advised the officers that Lee had injection sites on her extremities and head and that she tested positive for heroin.  

Lee was transported later that day to Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, where she remained on life-support until physicians pronounced her death on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. 

Lee’s mother, 21-year-old Destiney Harbour, Lee’s maternal grandmother, 37-year-old Christin Chanelle Bradley, and Bradley's boyfriend, 34-year-old Dustin Wayne Smock, have been charged with First Degree Felony Injury to Child – Serious Bodily Injury.  

Harbour is being held on $100,000.00 bond.  Smock is being held on $50,000.00 bond.  Bradley was released on November 8, 2020, after posting bond.  

Lee’s body was sent for autopsy.  The results are pending. 

This is an ongoing investigation and additional information will be released when it becomes available. 

[Original press release http://www.sanangelopolice.org/articles/view/crimes-against-children-s-detectives-charge-three-in-infant-abuse-investigation-5faac81b-7744-498c-b2ef-70070a1ed474



Crimes Against Children’s Detectives Charge Three in Infant Abuse Investigation
Nov 10, 2020   10:58 AM

In the early morning hours of Saturday, November 7, 2020, San Angelo Police were dispatched to a residence in the 2200 block of Webster Avenue for the report of an unconscious infant. 

When officers arrived, they located the unresponsive two-month-old female and administered life-saving measures while transporting the infant to Shannon Medical Center for treatment.  Hospital Officials assessed the infant and advised officers that they observed injection sites on the infant’s extremities and head and that the infant’s urine tested positive for Heroin.  Due to the severity of the infant’s condition, the infant was transported to Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, where she remains on life-support. 

Detectives with the Department’s Crimes Against Children Unit responded and learned the infant’s 21-year-old mother, Destiney Harbour, had given birth to the infant at the residence in late August and that the infant had not received formal medical care since her birth.  Investigators also discovered that Harbour’s mother, 37-year-old Christin Bradley, and Bradley’s boyfriend, 34-year-old Dustin Smock, had assisted with the infant’s care inside the home.  

While executing a search warrant at the Webster residence, investigators located drug paraphernalia as well as a small quantity of suspected Heroin, Methamphetamine, marijuana, and pills. 

Harbour, Bradley, and Smock have been charged with First Degree Felony Injury to a Child - Serious Bodily Injury.  Their bonds were set to $100K and $50K respectively.  

This is an ongoing investigation and additional charges may be forthcoming. 


Harbour                     Bradley                 Smock


Police Investigate Homicide in North San Angelo
Oct 24, 2020   11:35 AM
The shooting victim, a 29-year-old Juan V. Quintana of San Angelo, was pronounced deceased at the scene by Justice of the Peace Susan Werner.
This is an active investigation and no additional information is available for release.
If you have any information about this incident or the identity of the suspect(s), please contact the San Angelo Police Department 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.
You can also tip anonymously through the Crime Stoppers 24/7 Tip Hotline at 325-658-HELP(4357) or through the Crime Stoppers P3 app for IOS & Android devices.
Investigators Charge Evading Suspect with Kidnapping after Lengthy Investigation Unfolds
Oct 23, 2020   05:23 PM

On Thursday, October 22, 2020, San Angelo Police began investigating the kidnapping of a 30-year-old San Angelo woman where the suspect, who was an acquaintance of the victim, reportedly held the woman captive and physically and sexually assaulted her at a residence located in the 600 block of East Harris Avenue before stealing her vehicle. 

Hours later, a San Angelo Police Officer discovered the stolen vehicle in the 2400 block of Jomar.  The suspect driver, identified as 40-year-old Lionel Munoz, fled the officers and a brief vehicle and foot pursuit ensued.  Muniz was eventually taken into custody without further incident and then treated at a nearby hospital for dog bite-related injuries he sustained while attempting to hide from officers in a stranger’s backyard. 

During the subsequent field investigation, Detectives with the Department’s Criminal Investigations Division obtained a Search Warrant for the Harris Avenue residence.  During the search, officers located a significant amount of evidence, which corroborated the victim’s allegations.  

Munoz has been charged with Aggravated Kidnapping – Bodily Injury/Sexual Abuse and Evading Arrest Detention with Vehicle.  Bond has been set for $157,500.00 

Additional charges are forthcoming pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation. 


Murder Suspect Apprehended after Multi-Jurisdiction Manhunt
Oct 20, 2020   11:34 AM

October 20, 2020 — The suspect wanted in connection with the murder of 23-year-old Selena Ann Bradley has been apprehended. 

39-year-old William James Hernandez (AKA Martinez) was taken into custody this morning by officials from the Hamlin Police Department.   

Hernandez was named a person of interest early on in a Missing Person Investigation that was led by the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office.  Through investigation, deputies believed Hernandez was involved in Bradley’s disappearance and that Bradley may have been at a business or residence that was associated with Hernandez.    

On Monday, October 19, 2020, officials with the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the San Angelo Police Department with the execution of two search warrants for a commercial building located in the 1100 block of South Chadbourne Street as well as a residence located in the 100 block of Allen Street.  During the search of the residence on Allen, investigators discovered Bradley deceased.  The cause and manner of death are pending an autopsy.  

Pursuant to the field investigation, detectives obtained information that led them to believe Hernandez could be in Abilene, Texas.  In a coordinated effort with the Abilene Police Department, Hernandez was located near a carwash in but he avoided apprehension after he purposefully collided with the apprehension team’s vehicle.  The vehicle Hernandez was operating was later discovered in Jones County, unoccupied and disabled in a field.  After a multi-agency search that included the aforementioned agencies and Texas Game Wardens, Hernandez successfully eluded officials until he was discovered walking by an officer with the Hamlin Police Department.  

Hernandez has been charged with Murder.  This investigation is ongoing and additional details will be released when they become available. 


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