At approximately 3:45 this morning, San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 3300 block of Sierra Court for the report of suspicious activity. The complainant, a newspaper courier, reported a man trying to conceal himself in the area.
Responding Patrol Officer S. Beal searched the area and located two subjects who were walking through the neighborhood. The pair was checked and cleared for warrants, not in possession of anything suspicious, and subsequently released from their detention.
Over the course of the next few hours, Officers were dispatched to several calls for vehicle burglaries in the surrounding area, including one report of Hitachi Drills stolen from a vehicle in the 3100 block of Timber Ridge Drive and sunglasses stolen from a separate vehicle burglary in the 4500 block.
In a dogged effort to locate the perpetrators, Officers continued their search of the area. At approximately 6:00 a.m., Officer S. Beal observed a suspicious vehicle in the 3200 block of Sierra Drive. Three of the windows were down and keys were in the console. In an attempt to locate the registered owner, a records search showed the vehicle was registered to the same address as one of the subjects Officer Beal detained after the initial call on Sierra Court.
Shortly after, Officer Beal observed the same two men, walking along Stone Canyon Trail — this time in possession of a bag the pair did not have during the previous contact.
Subsequent to the field investigation, the men were found to be in possession of the stolen drills and sunglasses as well as other suspected stolen electronics and miscellaneous property.
Coy Eugene Angley III, 26, was arrested and charged with Burglary of a Vehicle and Theft of Property <$2,500 2/More Previous Convictions. Hector Manuel Gatica, 21, was arrested and charged with two counts of Burglary of a Vehicle.
The pair was transported to the Tom Green County Jail without incident. The Department’s Criminal Investigations Division was called out to the scene. It is believed these arrests will clear several of the morning’s reported vehicle burglaries.
A 30-year-old San Angelo man was arrested this morning after he stole a package containing over $350.00 worth of Young Living essential oil off a doorstep in Paul Ann.
Police were dispatched to the area of Elmo and Ricks Drive around 9:25 a.m. for the report of a man stealing mail from a residence.
Officers converged on the area and located a subject who matched the suspect’s description, walking in the 1700 block of Ricks Drive. The man was identified as Michael Fuentes, of San Angelo.
Subsequent to the field investigation, Officers discovered Fuentes in possession of a stolen package from a nearby residence.
Fuentes was arrested for Class B Theft of Property and transported to the Tom Green County Jail without incident.
The package was released to the owner.
The Department credits this apprehension to the concerned caller who was clearly looking out for fellow Paul Ann residents. If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, call Police Dispatch at (325) 657-4315 or 911 for crimes in progress.
Detectives with the San Angelo Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division are actively searching for 21-year-old Pamela Celeste Castillo in connection to yesterday’s stabbing at the Capri Apartment complex, 602 W. Avenue M.
Castillo is wanted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. The warrant, issued by Justice of the Peace Judge Susan Werner, names Castillo as the person who caused serious bodily injury to a 33-year-old female victim during an altercation at the apartment. Castillo is described as being a Hispanic female, height 05’03”, weight 125 lbs., with brown eyes and black hair.
Police responded to the complex at approximately 10:00 a.m. Monday and located the victim outside a second-floor apartment, suffering from an apparent stab wound. The victim later underwent surgery at a nearby hospital. She is reportedly in stable condition.
Police also need to speak with Emilio Jacinto Delacruz, 27, in connection to the ongoing investigation.
If you have information about Castillo’s whereabouts, please call Detective James Hernandez at (325) 659-8015. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers of San Angelo at (325) 658-4357 or visit www.sanangelocrimestoppers.com to submit a web tip or download the P3 Tips App. Calls and tips directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous. Crime Stoppers only pays rewards for anonymous tips submitted directly to Crime Stoppers that lead to arrest.
Just before 2:20 p.m. on Monday, April 10, 2017, San Angelo Police were dispatched to the 1100 block of Volney Street for the report of a vicious dog that attacked a woman and caused injury.
The first officer arrived and found several subjects protecting themselves with shovels and PVC pipe from a large-breed dog that was running loose.
Medics arrived and but were unable to immediately aid the injured woman due to the dog’s continued aggression.
As the Officer attempted to corral the dog to allow Medics to aid the woman, the dog turned on the Officer and bit him without release. Fearing further injury to himself or others at the scene, the Officer drew his firearm and shot the dog two times. The dog died at the scene.
The Officer sustained minor injuries from the dog’s attack and was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment and later released. The injured woman was transported to a nearby hospital where she later underwent surgery.
Animal Control Personnel also responded to the scene. No other injuries were reported. The dog’s owner reportedly received a citation for Dog at Large.
At approximately 4:00 p.m. today, San Angelo Police and Fire Department personnel were dispatched to North Bell and Preusser Streets for the report of a major vehicle crash involving a motorcycle and passenger car.
The driver of the Kawasaki motorcycle, a 16-year-old San Angelo resident, was transported to Shannon Medical Center by ambulance for incapacitating injuries and later underwent surgery.
The 19-year-old driver of the 2014 Hyundai Elantra, his 17-year-old female passenger, and their infant son reportedly received non-incapacitating injuries. All three were transported to Shannon Medical Center by private vehicle.
A preliminary investigation shows the motorcycle was traveling southbound on North Bell Street and the passenger car was eastbound on Preusser at the time of collision.
The Department’s Traffic Section Investigators and Crime Scene Unit responded and Bell Street traffic was diverted from Koberlin to E. Harris Avenue.
The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet and the occupants of the passenger car were reportedly wearing proper restraints. The posted speed limit on that section of Bell Street is 40 MPH.
This is an active investigation and further information will be released when it becomes available.