An eighty-two year old San Angelo Man remains hospitalized this afternoon after a vicious dog attack in north San Angelo.
The victim, a volunteer for Meals for the Elderly, was delivering meals to a home in the 100 block of W. 32nd Street just before 11:00 a.m. when he was reportedly attacked by a client's three dogs.
The victim reportedly sustained multiple bite wounds to his limbs, torso, head, and face before the dogs? owner could gain control and secure the dogs in a nearby yard. San Angelo Fire Department Medics responded to the scene and provided first aid to the man before transporting him to Shannon Medical Center for treatment. He is reportedly in stable condition.
Animal Services Officers who responded to the scene utilized tranquilizer darts in an attempt to sedate the dogs before taking them into custody. Shortly after being tranquilized, one of the dogs charged a San Angelo Police Officer who was assisting Animal Services. The Officer shot the dog with his Taser, preventing further attack or escape through an open fence.
The dogs? owner surrendered custody to Animal Services and they were removed from the property. The dogs will be quarantined at the Animal Shelter for ten days.
On April 6, 2015 at approximately 5:40 pm, Police responded to the 6600 block of Knickerbocker near the KOA camp ground for a report of indecent exposure. A 16 year old male reported while walking in the area, he was approached by a Hispanic male subject in a car. The male subject asked the victim if he wanted a ride. The victim did not respond and continued to walk. The male subject pulled up next to the victim a second time and exposed his genitals to the victim and then drove away.
On April 20, 2015 at approximately 7:42 pm, Police took a report for indecent exposure that occurred in the 1100 block of Shiloh. A 15 year old male reported he had been walking home from school on Shiloh when he noticed a male subject following him in a vehicle. The victim reported the male subject drove up next to him and showed him his genitals before driving away.
In both incidents, neither of the victims recognized the male subject, and they gave the same description of the vehicle and the male subject. The vehicle is described as a medium sized 2008 to 2010 four door passenger car that is grayish blue in color. The male subject was described as being a medium sized Hispanic male 25-30 years of age.
Anyone with information in reference to either of these incidents, or anyone who is approached for a ride or if you witness this type of suspicious behavior, especially near the KOA or along the river near Central High School, please contact the San Angelo Police Department immediately. SAPD can be contacted at 325-657-4315. Tips can also be given online or at 1-855-TIPS-247.
On Monday April 20, 2015 at approximately 11:22 pm, Police were dispatched to the area of E 17th Street and N Poe Street for a suspicious subject.
Officers located a male subject, Fermin Rayos DOB 2-17-77, matching the description given from the complainant walking south on N Pope Street from E 17th Street. When Officers attempted to make contact with Rayos, it was noticed that he had a knife in his hands. Rayos then advanced toward the Officers while swinging the knife and yelling at the Officers to kill him. The Officers backed their patrol units up in order to put a safe distance between themselves and Rayos. With Rayos? agitated state and him already swinging the knife around, it would have been unsafe for Officers to exit their patrol units at this time.
A perimeter was established and Officers continued to follow Rayos in their patrol units and attempted to make contact with him. Attempts to talk with Rayos were unsuccessful. Rayos continued to walk away from the Officers after being told several times to stop.
As it was not safe for Officers to get out of their patrol units to approach Rayos and Rayos walking in a residential area, a taser was deployed on Rayos from a patrol unit. The taser was effective and incapacitated Rayos. Officers were able to safely approach Rayos and take him into custody.
Rayos was transported to the Tom Green County Jail where he was charged with Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant, Evading Arrest or Detention on Foot, and a Parole Violation Warrant.
On Saturday April 18, 2015 at approximately 7:05 am, Police were dispatched to the Deliverance Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, located in the 800 block of W. 17th Street, for a theft in progress. A witness observed a male subject remove the copper condenser from the Air Conditioning unit at this location and hide it in an alley near the church. The witness was able to keep the male subject in sight until Officers arrived to detain the subject.
The subject was identified as Donald Spratt DOB 6-19-62. It was learned during the investigation another copper condenser was removed from the Air Conditioning unit at the Iglesia De Cristo church located in the 800 block of W 16th Street. The copper coils and tubing from this unit were located nearby. Detective Adrian Castro responded to continue the investigation of the thefts.
While conducting this investigation, a report of a burglary was received in the 500 block of W 17th. The owner of a vacant house in this block reported someone forced entry into the house. An Air Conditioning unit was being stored inside the house, and the copper condenser was removed from the unit as well as other copper tubing. There was evidence located during the investigation to link Spratt to this offense.
The field investigation also revealed Spratt to be a suspect in other thefts and burglaries in the area. More charges will possibly be filed on Spratt pending the outcome of further follow-up investigation.
Spratt was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with Burglary of a Building and two counts of Theft of Copper less than $20,000.
The San Angelo Police Department is still seeking information on the location of Briana Esquivel. Briana was last seen on January 21, 2015 at her residence. Tips and information from various sources have been followed up on by SAPD Detectives but Briana has yet to be located.
Briana has been entered into a national database as being missing with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). The San Angelo Police Department is asking anyone with knowledge of Briana's whereabouts to please come forward in order to ensure Briana's safety and welfare.
Any and all information concerning her location should be made to police to further this investigation. SAPD can be contacted by phone at 325-657-4315. To remain anonymous, submit Tips online at http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or call the SAPD's 24 hour Tip Hotline at 1-855-TIPS-247. You can also text your tips, text: TIP SAPD followed by your tip message to 888777. You can also contact NCMEC at 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST).