Yesterday, Officer T Lopez, while working off duty security at Central High School, was informed by Central High School Administration about an inappropriate relationship between a Teacher's Aide and a student.
The mother of an 18 year old male student spoke with Central High School Administration about her concern of a possible relationship between 43 year old Teacher's Aide Monica Way and her son. The mother became concerned after reading text message conversations between Way and her son on her son's cell phone.
Detective Jeremy Cannady responded to Central High School to conduct an investigation of the allegation. During the investigation, Detective Cannady learned Monica Way had a sexual relationship with the 18 year old student.
After the investigation, Detective Cannady applied for a warrant for the arrest of Monica Way for Improper Relationship between Educator and Student. Way turned herself in on the warrant at 5:38 am this morning at the Tom Green County Jail.
Yesterday, at 5:19 pm, San Angelo Police responded to a traffic crash in the 3100 block of Woodlawn where a car had collided with a young boy on a scooter.
Officers arrived on scene quickly and began to render aid to the child until San Angelo Fire Department personnel were on scene to take over. The child, 8 year old Zachary Cano, was transported to Shannon Hospital for incapacitating injuries. Zachary succumbed to his injuries at 6:10 pm and was pronounced deceased by Justice of the Peace McGuire.
Officer Josh Loudermilk and Sgt Todd Dornhecker with the Traffic Division along with Detective Chris Soto and Sgt Dennis McGuire with the Criminal Investigation Division responded to investigate the crash. Through the investigation it was learned a 41 year old female, Maria Martin de Bravo, was driving a white 2006 Ford Explorer west on Woodlawn. She was driving into the sun and did not see that Zachary had entered the roadway on his scooter and collided with him in the 3100 block of Woodlawn.
There were no signs that Martin de Bravo was intoxicated and it is not believed that speed was a factor in the crash. Martin de Bravo did not receive any citations and there are no charges pending in this crash.
Two San Angelo men who had outstanding Arrest Warrants for burglary and theft were located and arrested last night.
48-year-old Anthony L. Woodson was located and arrested just after 5:00 p.m. yesterday at the Desert Shadows Apartments located at 4112 West Loop 306. Woodson was the subject of a Felony Arrest Warrant for Theft of Property
In a separate incident, 31-year-old Edward Damien Herridge was located and arrested just after 6:00 p.m. yesterday at the EZ Pawn Store located at 3101 Sherwood Way. Herridge, who was the subject of a Felony Burglary of a Habitation Warrant, was observed entering the store with a man later identified as 32-year-old Matthew Moore of San Angelo. The pair were attempting to pawn a television set. Police arrested Moore for State Jail Felony Possession of Controlled Substance PG1 after they located a substance that field-tested positive for heroin on his person. During an exterior sniff of the vehicle Herridge and Moore were operating, Police Service Dog Thor alerted to the presence of Contraband. During a vehicle search, Police located a large amount of suspected stolen property. The vehicle was towed from the scene and the contents processed and inventoried. Police believe the property may be linked to several unsolved burglaries.
A 16-year-old male is in critical condition after he was struck by a pickup truck late last night in North San Angelo.
The crash occurred at about 10:00 p.m. in the southbound lane of the 3600 block of N. Bryant Blvd. The victim was transported to Shannon Medical for treatment of incapacitating injuries and he is listed in critical condition.
The victim and another 16-year-old male were reportedly walking backwards in the roadway when they noticed headlights and attempted to jump out of the vehicle's path. Witnesses at the scene told police the victim first ran westbound but stopped and began to run east when he was struck by a 1999 GMC pickup truck. The second juvenile avoided collision and was not injured.
After the collision, the truck's driver, a 24-year-old male resident of Brady, used his truck to block oncoming traffic and attended to the victim until first responders arrived. The driver and his female passenger were not injured from the collision.
No citations have been issued at this time. The crash is under investigation.