May 18, 2020 — Just after 2:00 p.m., San Angelo Police were dispatched to 29th and Martin Luther King Drive for the report of a hit and run crash where the suspect driver fled on foot.
Officers converged on the area, observed the suspect running and a foot pursuit ensued; however, the suspect was not located.
The initial crash investigation revealed the suspect vehicle, a stolen Dodge Ram pickup truck out of Crockett County with a freshly painted passenger compartment and bumpers, was traveling south on MLK when he disregarded a red light and collided into a Checker Cab minivan that was traveling eastbound on 29th Street. The driver of the cab was not injured.
Around 4:00 p.m., San Angelo Police responded to a residence in the unit block of West 30th Street for the report of a suspicious man who appeared to be asleep underneath a vehicle. Units arrived and identified the subject as the hit and run driver. Officers also noticed the subject’s clothing was covered in paint. The subject was identified as 34-year-old Jonathan D. Borrego.
Borrego has been charged with Evading Arrest Detention. Additional charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
On Saturday, May 16, 2020, at about 11:13PM, the San Angelo Police Department was dispatched to the 800 block of East 23rd Street in regards to a report of shots fired. Police units quickly responded and discovered that a shooting had taken place. The incident occurred at a private gathering and early indications suggest this was an isolated event and the parties are acquaintances. At this time, police have nothing to suggest any active threats to local residents.
Officers contacted three victims and they were found to be two 33 year old males and one 21 year old male. The three victims were treated at an area hospital where two of the subjects are in stable condition and the third was treated and released from the emergency room. This is an ongoing investigation and our detectives are actively following leads on the case.
If you have information about this crime, please call police dispatch at (325) 657-4315 or send a direct message to the Department’s Facebook or Twitter pages. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247, by texting the words “TIP SAPD” to 888777 (follow the prompts) or by calling San Angelo Crime Stoppers at 325-658-HELP 325-658-4357.
On Thursday afternoon, May 14, 2020, San Angelo Police responded to the Super 8 Motel on West Avenue L for the report of an unconscious subject. During the field investigation, members of the Department’s Gang Unit were called to the scene to investigate a suspected gang member who was in possession of a firearm. During the field investigation officers located and seized approximately twenty-one (21) grams of suspected Methamphetamine, sixty-two (62) grams of suspected cocaine, approximately three (3) grams of suspected Heroin, an assortment of drug paraphernalia, and a large amount of suspected stolen property. The suspect, later identified by fingerprint at the Tom Green County Jail as wanted fugitive 55-year-old Joe Perales, was initially charged with a U.S. Marshal Hold Warrant. Federal charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
Later in the evening, Officers with the Department’s Anti-Crime Unit spotted a wanted fugitive, 24-year-old Richard Castillo, in a vehicle near 7th and Chadbourne. Castillo was taken into custody without incident and found to be in possession of approximately eight (8) ounces of suspected methamphetamine, approximately $1,300.00 in U.S. Currency, two stolen firearms (confirmed), and a third suspected stolen firearm. Castillo was charged with his warrants, *MTR*POSS CS PG 1 <1G, *MTR*POSS CS PG 1 >=1G<4G, and EVADING ARREST DETENTION W/VEH OR WATERCRAFT. Federal charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
May 15, 2020 — Just after 6: 00 a.m., a San Angelo Police Officer was conducting proactive storage building burglary patrol at Hunter’s Run Self Storage located at 3435 Green Meadow Drive when he observed an unoccupied Ford pickup truck parked next to a storage unit.
Further inspection revealed the unit’s lock had been cut and the officer heard noises coming from within.
Once backup officers arrived, the officers entered the unit and located a subject hiding behind the stored items. The subject was later identified as 22-year-old Hayden Quinn of Springtown, Texas.
During the follow-up investigation, police discovered the Ford pickup had been reported stolen out of Springtown Texas on a previous date. Officers also located several items inside the pickup that belonged to the owner of the storage unit.
The investigation also led officers to a room at the Sands Motel where they discovered a large amount of suspected stolen property and drug paraphernalia. The property was seized and tagged into evidence.
The motel room was also occupied by a woman and two young children. Child Protective Services was called for further investigation due to poor living conditions.
Quinn was charged with Burglary of Building. Bond has not been set. Additional charges are pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation.
May 13, 2020 — At approximately 4:00 p.m., San Angelo Police were dispatched to the Smoker’s Outlet at 1902 North Chadbourne for the report of an unknown problem. Once on scene, officers learned a robbery had just occurred and two male suspects fled the location on foot.
While reviewing the store’s surveillance video, officers identified the two men as the same suspects who committed two separate robberies in the last twenty-four hours.
Officers converged on the area, through investigation it was confirmed the two suspects from the robbery were inside a residence in the unit block of West 20th Street. Officers surrounded the house and attempted to make contact with the two suspects. Although contact was made numerous times, the suspects refused to exit the residence peacefully.
After multiple attempts from the Department’s Patrol Division to diffuse the situation, the Department’s S.W.A.T. Team and Crisis Negotiations Team (CNT) were activated. During the standoff, the suspects made threats to set fire to the residence while throwing fiery objects out the window. In an attempt to prevent a structure fire, the S.W.A.T. Team utilized special tactics to extinguish the fire.
While CNT was continuing their negotiations with the suspects, the suspects became engaged in a physical altercation with one another. In an attempt to end the altercation and prevent further injury to the suspects, the S.W.A.T. team forced entry inside the residence and took the suspects into custody without further incident. The men were initially treated at the scene for their injuries by members of the Center for Tactical Medicine. One of the suspects required further treatment at a nearby hospital.
The men were identified as 32-year-old Jorge Arreola and 21-year-old Abelardo Arreola. Both men have been charged with two counts of Aggravated Robbery and one count of Robbery.
An 18-year-old female who was inside the residence during the standoff was not injured. A family member, 31-year-old Cindy Martinez, was arrested for Interference with Public Duties and Public Intoxication.
Although the use of chemical munitions was considered, no gas was deployed at the scene. This is an active investigation and no other information is available for release at this time.