The San Angelo Police Department’s Crimes Against Children Unit is investigating the death of a twenty-one month old boy.
At approximately 5:35 a.m. on Thursday, March 8, 2018, San Angelo Police were dispatched to a residence in the 2600 block of Junius Street for the report of an unconscious person.
Upon arrival, Officers located the unresponsive toddler undergoing CPR by San Angelo Fire Department Medics. The toddler was subsequently transported to Shannon Medical Center and formally pronounced deceased by Justice of the Peace J.P. Howard. The toddler was later transported to Lubbock for autopsy.
This is an active investigation and no other information is available for release.
On February 21, 2018, San Angelo Police were dispatched to “Paintbrush Alley”, a popular artistic feature in historic downtown San Angelo, for the report of criminal mischief.
Officers arrived and ultimately took three separate reports concerning the defacement of several religious murals in the area. Officers also obtained surveillance video of the suspects — video which clearly recorded the defacement of the murals.
Pursuant to the follow up investigation, which included anonymous tips from outraged citizens, Investigators identified four suspects and subsequently obtained warrants for their arrests. The four are charged with State Jail Felony Criminal Mischief Graffiti.
The suspects have been identified as Zzyzx Benjamin Anglin, Jr., 18, Michael E. Combs, 18, Brycen Canion, 19, and Ingrid Macias, 18.
As of this afternoon, all four suspects have been located and arrested.
This is an ongoing investigation and more information will be released when it becomes available.
March 2, 2018 — Investigators with the San Angelo Police Department are issuing a multi-state request to help locate a couple awaiting trial for a 2015 case of elder abuse that led to the death of a 77-year old San Angelo woman.
On March 30, 2015, the San Angelo Police Department began investigating the death of Edna Adian, who died due to neglect under the care of Ramon Ricardo Garcia, 58, and Debra Lee Garcia, 60. Both were indicted for Injury to the Elderly (Causes SBI/Death) and were set to go to trial in March of 2017; however, the couple fled San Angelo.
Through extensive investigation, Police believe the couple was living in central Texas as recently as June of 2017 but have since fled Texas to Colorado. The couple may be living in a small RV, often camping outside State Parks to avoid producing identification or payment. Recently, the couple was reported to be seen in northeast Colorado and Colorado Springs.
Ramon Garcia may seek medical treatment for ongoing health issues and he may have lost a substantial amount of weight in recent months.
Ramon Ricardo Garcia (DOB 03/25/59), Hispanic male, 5’08”, 245 lbs., brown hair, hazel eyes, tattoo upper left arm.
Debra Lee Garcia (DOB 01/06/58), Hispanic female, 5’05”, 112 lbs., brown hair, brown eyes.
RV: RV may be similar in color to the below stock photo. 1989 or early model 1990 Econoline Cutaway (cream/light-colored with gray and red stripe).
If you have information about their whereabouts, call: Local contact- Detective Jake Russell (325) 659-8016. Outside San Angelo- call local law enforcement. To remain anonymous, tip online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or by text: text TIP SAPD to 888777 and follow the prompts.
On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, San Angelo Police received a report of a hit and run crash that occurred on February 26, 2018 at Calvert Collision Center, 3003 S. Bryant Blvd. The crash, which was captured on surveillance video, shows a man driving a red Ford F250 with a white camper shell backing into a sign pole and then driving off the property without notifying the owner.
The video, which was later published on the Departments Facebook page, solicited several tips that all named the driver as Carl Ramage, 46, of San Angelo. Upon hearing Ramage’s name, Hit and Run Investigator Steven Quade recalled a separate hit and run crash that had been reported on February 26 — a crash in which Ramage was listed as the victim that claimed his truck was damaged by a pickup truck driven by a Hispanic female who fled the scene.
But local tipsters were not the only ones that contacted Police after watching the Facebook video — Ramage also contacted the SAPD and later verified the hit and run Incident he reported was, in fact, fabricated.
As a result of these investigations, Ramage will be charged with Failure to Stop and Leave Information Duty on Striking Structure, Fixture, or Highway Landscaping and False Report to Peace Officer.
Yesterday afternoon, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section partnered with the Department of Public Safety to conduct a LIDAR Traffic Enforcement Operation in the eastbound lanes of the 2200 block of W. Houston Harte Expressway.
Officers issued a total of 73 citations and warnings during the operation.
Breakdown for citations:
Fail to Move Over/Slow Down for Active Emergency Vehicles: 4
Speeding: 49 (Highest speed 87 MPH)
Driving While License Invalid: 3
Other/Misc. Violations: 11
No Driver’s License: 4
No Insurance: 1
As a reminder, the Texas Transportation Code requires motorists nearing stopped emergency 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.