Press Releases

My Name Is Jordan and I Need Your Help Finding My Killer
Jun 21, 2019   02:04 PM

My name is Jordan Holden and I need your help finding the person who took my life. 

In July 2008, some friends and I went to a house on West Harris Avenue to hang out.   Shortly after we arrived we heard our friend, the homeowner, calling for help from inside.  

As I went inside to help, someone shot me.  My friend got shot in his leg.  First responders transported me to the hospital but it was too late.  The gunshot proved fatal.  I was only 22 when I died. 

The preliminary investigation in 2008 revealed that my friends and I stumbled upon armed intruders. 

My friend survived, and for that I am grateful, but my girlfriend was four months pregnant with our son when I died.  Not only did the killer take my life but he stole my son’s right to grow up with a loving father.  My son will grow up knowing that his dad missed his first steps, his first bike ride, games, graduations, and all the other important milestones a dad should be present for.  I can only hope that my son knows I have been watching over him from here.   

There are new investigators looking into my case and they need your help bringing my killer to justice.  You can help by sharing this plea and by asking your friends and family to share it, too.  Sharing it just may lead to a break in the case, which would bring some closure to my family.  Can you help? 

If you have information about the suspect’s identity or whereabouts, please contact the San Angelo Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division at (325) 657-4264.  To remain anonymous, tip online at or by text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts. 


Street Crimes Division Seizes Narcotics, Arrests Two During Bust at Local Motel
Jun 20, 2019   03:54 PM

June 20, 2019 — This afternoon, members of the San Angelo Police Department’s Street Crimes Division executed a Search Warrant at the Inn of the Conchos, 2021 North Bryant Blvd. 

The warrant, issued by Justice of the Peace J.P. McGuire, named 29-year-old Matthew Wofford and 24-year-old Mariah Marquez to be in possession of Heroin at the motel.  

The pair was located inside a motel room and detained during the search where investigators located and seized a quantity of suspected Heroin, Methamphetamine, U.S. Currency, and an assortment of drug paraphernalia associated with narcotics trafficking. 

Wofford and Marquez were charged with Felony 2 Manufacture Delivery of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 and State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group1. 

The Department’s Patrol Division assisted with today’s operation. 


San Angelo Teen Dead after Mishandling Loaded Firearm
Jun 17, 2019   06:58 PM

On Sunday, June 16, 2019, San Angelo Police and Fire Department personnel were dispatched to a residence in the 2400 block of Junius Street for the report of a shooting victim. 

First responders entered the residence and located a deceased male identified as 19-year-old Nathaniel Lewis.  Investigators with the San Angelo Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division and Crime Scene Unit responded to the scene along with Justice of the Peace J.P. McGuire.  

This morning, a preliminary autopsy report from the South Plains Forensic Pathology Center in Lubbock, Texas ruled that Lewis died as a result of an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound. 

Further investigation revealed Lewis was reportedly mishandling a loaded firearm prior to the incident. 

This is an ongoing investigation and no additional information is available for release at this time.  


San Angelo Police Service Dog Tracks, Helps Apprehend Absconded Prisoners
Jun 11, 2019   10:55 AM

Two men who absconded from the Roy K. Robb Men’s Community Corrections Facility on North Highway 277 were apprehended last night with the help of a San Angelo Police Department Service Dog. 

Just before 10:00 p.m. on June 10, 2019, San Angelo Police were dispatched to Howard College to assist Tom Green County Sheriff’s Deputies with locating two men that fled from the facility.  

Multiple Patrol Officer responded to the location along with K-9 Officer F. Flores and his partner, Police Service Dog Duke.   

Shortly after his deployment, Duke led officers to a bush located in front of the campus along US Highway 67.  Upon approach, Duke showed further interest in the bush and officers observed someone lying in the foliage.  The subject was issued multiple commands to show the officers his hands; however, the subject refused to cooperate.  Duke engaged and detained the subject, later identified as 19-year-old James Anderson, while the second concealed absconder, 24-year-old Jamaukas Guidry, was taken into custody without incident. 

Anderson was treated at the scene for bite-related injuries and subsequently released to Tom Green County Sheriff officials.    

Anderson and Guidry have been charged with Unauthorized Absence from a Community Correction Facility.



Search Warrant Leads to Meth Bust
Jun 04, 2019   03:35 PM

On June 3, 2019, detectives with the Street Crimes Division obtained a search warrant naming 40 year-old Jessica Villa, to be in possession of methamphetamine at a home in the 700 block of Preusser Street.    


Members of the Street Crime Division, Criminal Investigation Division, and Lake Division executed the warrant and located Jessica Villa and Pedro Galvan, 35, inside the residence.  Also located was approximately 1 pound of methamphetamine, a firearm, and narcotic distribution paraphernalia.


Galvan was arrested for a parole warrant and is pending federal prosecution at this time.


Villa is pending Federal prosecution at this time.