The City of San Angelo is seeking applicants for September 6, 2014 Entrance Examination for Rookie Police Officer.
Application Deadline: Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 29, 2014 in the Human Resources Department, 72 W. College, Room 201, San Angelo, TX 76903. Applications received after this date will not be accepted.
Examination: Rookie Police Officer Examination, Saturday, September 6, 2014
Location: McNease Convention Center, 501 Rio Concho Drive, San Angelo, Texas
Registration: 8:30 a.m. - NO LATE REGISTRATION.
For more information about qualifications and the hiring process visit http://bit.ly/SAPDRecruitingRequirements or call the San Angelo Police Recruiting Office at (325) 657-4331 or (325) 657-4332, or, stop by the Recruiting Office at 505 S. Chadbourne, San Angelo, Texas 76903 You can email questions directly to: email@example.com.
San Angelo Police Detectives and Crime Scene Technicians continue to investigate a dead body that was located this morning in an abandoned trailer at a property in North San Angelo.
At approximately 9:37 a.m., San Angelo Police were dispatched to Kay's Old Fashioned Barber Shop, 2340 N. Chadbourne, for the report of an unknown problem.
Upon arrival, police spoke with parties who said a man had come into the business to report he found a dead body at a nearby location.
Police made contact with the man and transported him to an area in the 100 block of E. Twenty-Fifth Street where there are several abandoned homes. During an interior search of one of the abandoned trailers located on the property, police located the body of a subject who, by the state of decomposition, appears to have been deceased for some time. At this time, the identity of the deceased is unknown, although it appears the deceased is a male.
Justice of the Peace Fred Buck responded to the scene and ordered the body sent to Lubbock, Texas for autopsy.
The man who alerted police was questioned at the scene by detectives and later released.
This is an ongoing investigation.
On Saturday, June 28, 2014, at approximately 3:30 p.m., San Angelo Police Officer L. Cortinas was patrolling the area of Sector 2 near the 900 block of Spaulding Street when he observed a black Dodge Avenger traveling eastbound.
Aware that a 2010 black Dodge Avenger was recently listed on the Department's Stolen Vehicle list, Officer Cortinas caught up with the vehicle and ran a license plate check. Shortly after receiving confirmation that the vehicle was listed as stolen, the driver of the Avenger pulled into the North alley of the Fairview Mobile Home Park located at 311 N. Bell Street.
When the vehicle stopped, the driver exited, failed to comply with Officer Cortinas? commands and ran away. Police soon caught the suspect in the North alley of the 1500 block of Koberlin Street. He was identified as Tarren R. Watson (DOB 09-29-82) of San Angelo. Once in custody, Watson requested medical attention. San Angelo Fire Department Medics responded to the scene to assess Watson's condition and transported him by ambulance to Shannon Medical Center.
Watson was released from Shannon Medical Center after showing no signs of distress and was transported to the Tom Green County Jail where he was booked on charges of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Evading Arrest Detention and seven outstanding Arrest Warrants. Watson also received Class C Misdemeanor Citations for Driving While License Invalid and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Two passengers who stayed inside the vehicle after Watson ran were identified and released at the scene.
The owner of the Dodge Avenger, who initially reported the vehicle stolen on June 25, 2014, responded to the scene and took possession of the vehicle.
Hashtag #BurstingAtTheWings was among one of today's ?favorite? San Angelo Police Department tweets used during the Twitter for Law Enforcement event, PolTwt. The term was used to describe the Department's temporary Twitter profile picture, depicting a rather fluffy ?Twitter Bird? in SAPD garb.
#PolTwt is the hashtag for the Global Police Tweet-a-thon, a twice a year event that lasts for 24 hours in each time zone. Law Enforcement agencies are encouraged to tweet about calls for service, specific topics to educate citizens, or officers tweeting throughout their shift. #PolTwt is the creation of LAwS Communications. The first PolTwt happened in March of 2013 and connected cops and citizens around the world.
Our opening tweet, ?1st order of business 4 @SanAngeloPolice #poltwt, prayers 2 officers around the globe. May you return home safely @ the end of your shift.?, let our law enforcement partners from around the world know we are thinking of their welfare, regardless of the difference in time zones or uniforms. Other tweets throughout the day included pictures of SAPD K9 Service Dogs warning about the dangers of leaving pets in vehicles, vehicle theft prevention tips, and calls for service.
The San Angelo Police have been using Twitter to engage citizens since 2009. One recent tweet shows how social media fosters community partnership to solve problems. On June 16, 2014, one local twitter fan tweeted, ?@SanAngeloPolice it would be helpful if this was installed at the intersection of Beauregard/Johnson. No one stops. pic.twitter.com/B1p8xs64wP.?
The department responded to the fan and let him know we would contact the City's Street and Bridge Office regarding their concern. After officials with the City Street and Bridge Office evaluated the area, they advised police that the area was in need of improvement and plan to upgrade the area to include a larger stop sign and painted stop lines. We have been keeping the fan up-to-date with the progress, which officials hope to complete by the end of next week. [Weather permitting? Hashtag #Pray4Rain]
A 33-year-old San Angelo man is behind bars this morning after police find him asleep with drugs in his lap at a local park.
Just after 9:00 a.m. this morning, two San Angelo Sector 2 Patrol Officers met at Glenmore Park, 85 Paint Rock Road, to discuss today's patrol plan when they happened upon a lone vehicle, parked near the river.
Officers L. Cortinas and R. Espinoza approached the bronze-colored 2000 Mitsubishi Galant and noticed a man asleep in the driver's seat with a bag of suspected narcotics in his lap. The officers roused the man, later identified as Bryan Owen (12-10-80), and took him into custody.
During the field investigation, police located drug paraphernalia and additional baggies of suspected narcotics. Patrol Supervisor F. Dietz responded to the scene and conducted field-tests of the baggies? contents, which had a combined total weight of approximately 1.6 grams. The tests showed positive results for the presence of methamphetamine.
Owen was arrested and transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with Felony 3 Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 and Class C Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.