Press Releases

Search Warrant on Raney Street Yields Array of Narcotics
Aug 28, 2018   03:31 PM

August 28, 2018 — This morning, the San Angelo Police Department’s Street Crimes Division executed a Search Warrant at the Windmill Apartments, 1929 Raney Street.      

The warrant, issued by District Judge Jay Weatherby, named 33-year-old Jerrod Johnson to be in possession of a quantity of Cocaine. 

Johnson was located on the property and detained and investigators located and seized a quantity of Cocaine, Xanax, and marijuana during their search. 

Johnson was arrested for state Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, Class A Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 3, and Class B Possession of Marijuana.  Johnson’s Bond was set at $2,000. 

Members of the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Criminal Investigations Division, San Angelo Police Patrol Division, and the Center for Tactical Medicine assisted with today’s operation.




Update on Tragic Shroeder Street Shooting
Aug 27, 2018   11:34 AM

On August 24th, 2018, the San Angelo Police Department responded to Shannon Medical Center at approximately 3:15 pm for a report of a shooting victim. Information provided at that time was that the victim was a 2 year old child.


Investigation revealed that the shooting was an accident that resulted from another young child gaining access to a gun.  No charges will be filed against that child, as per Texas law. The victim was flown to Cook Children’s Medical Center where he is still receiving treatment.


Subsequent investigation resulted in the issuance of an arrest warrant for 26 year old Juan Manuel Mata Jr. for Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence, a Third Degree Felony.  Pursuant to that portion of the investigation, the firearm that was involved in the shooting was located.


Mata was arrested on August 25th, 2018 and booked in on the listed charge.  This is an ongoing investigation and more charges may be forthcoming.

Father Arrested for Narcotics, Toddler Removed After Police Locate Drugs and Horrid Living Conditions at House on Abilene Street
Aug 23, 2018   03:05 PM

On August 21, 2018, San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 2400 block of Abilene Street for the report of an unwanted subject. 

Officers arrived and made contact with the subject, who stated he was charging his cell phone in his neighbor’s carport because the electricity to his residence had been disconnected.  The subject was identified as 24-year-old Estevan Rubio. 

During the contact with Rubio, Officers learned Rubio’s 2-year-old son was unsupervised inside the residence.  Officers requested to check the child’s welfare but Rubio denied them entry.  When Rubio opened his front door to retrieve this son, Officers smelled a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the residence.  When Rubio came back outside with his son, the Officers noticed the child was covered with insect bites.  

Fearing the child was endangered; Officers requested a response from Child Protective Services.  In addition, Officers requested a response from the Street Crimes Division (SCD) and a search warrant for the residence, issued by Justice of the Peace J.P. McGuire, was obtained.  

Once inside, SCD Detectives discovered a filth-ridden residence along with several ounces of suspected powder cocaine, Xanax, ecstasy, and marijuana.  Over $1,000.00 in U.S. Currency was also located and seized.  

Rubio was ultimately charged with First Degree Felony Manufacture Delivery of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 and Third Degree Felony Possession Controlled Substance Penalty Group 3.  


Drivers Receive “F” During Back-to-school LIDAR Traffic Enforcement
Aug 22, 2018   04:17 PM

This morning, the San Angelo Police Department’s Traffic Section conducted a School Zone Traffic Enforcement Operation utilizing LIDAR in numerous school zones throughout San Angelo from 7 – 8 am.  Following the School Zone Operation, LIDAR Traffic Enforcement targeting high crash areas was conducted in the 5100 block of Knickerbocker, 1000 block of S. Abe, and the 3400 block of Sherwood Way from 8 – 10 am.  From 9:30 am – noon, additional LIDAR Traffic Enforcement was conducted targeting the 4200 block of Houston Harte.  

Breakdown for citations: 

School Zones

Other/Misc. Violations: 4

No Insurance: 3

Speeding: 30

Warnings: 13

No DL: 1


Crash Zones:

Other/Misc. Violations: 4

No Insurance: 3

Speeding: 37

Warnings: 3


Houston Harte

Driving While License Invalid: 1

Other/Misc. Violations: 1

No Insurance: 2

Speeding: 27

Warnings: 3

No DL: 3 



San Angelo Man Arrested after Traffic Incident
Aug 20, 2018   04:42 PM

Just after 11:00 a.m., a San Angelo Motors Section Officer that was running LIDAR enforcement in the 4400 block of the W. Houston Harte Expressway observed a vehicle traveling over 100 MPH in a 65 MPH zone. 

The Officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle by activating lights and sirens; however, the driver failed to stop, continued at high speeds, disregarded traffic lights, and traversed across highway medians in an attempt to evade.  Due to the high rate of speed and out of concern for public safety, a pursuit was not initiated.  

When the Motors Officer came to the area of College Hills Blvd. at the frontage road, several citizens alerted the Officer to the suspect’s vehicle, which was disabled under the bridge in the turnaround lane.  The alert citizens also told the Officer that the suspect fled on foot after his vehicle collided with one of the bridge’s concrete support pillars.  Traffic in the turnaround lane was temporarily diverted until the disabled vehicle, a 2007 Buick Rendezvous, was towed from the scene.    

Additional responding Motors Officers that converged on the area were directed by more citizens to the suspect’s direction of travel.  The suspect, later identified as 23-year-old Thomas Ray Rose, Jr., was subsequently located at the intersection of Forest Trail and Sunset Blvd. and taken into custody without incident.  

Rose apologized for running from the Police and requested medical assistance.  He was transported to Shannon Medical Center for evaluation.  Upon release, Rose was transported to the Tom Green County Jail where he was booked in for County Warrants, Evading Arrest Detention with Vehicle, Duty Upon Striking Fixture/Highway Landscape, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Class B Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana.