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).
The San Angelo Police Department's Criminal Investigations Division is seeking the public's help in identifying a female who attempted to rob a neighborhood grocery store Monday afternoon.
On April 13, 2015, at approximately 1:30 p.m., a Hispanic female entered the Sunshine Grocery store located at 502 N. Van Buren and demanded money from the clerk. During the encounter, the suspect claimed to have a gun in her pocket. Although the suspect tried to gain access to the register, she was unsuccessful. The suspect left the store and got into a silver or pewter colored mid-to-late 90's model Lincoln Towncar.
The suspect is described as having a heavy build, approximately 300 lbs., approximately 5?05?, in her mid to late 40's, with brown and grey hair.
If you have any information about this incident or the suspect, please call Detective Noel Anderson at 325-657-4344. To remain anonymous, send a web tip to http://bit.ly/SAPDTips247 or call the 24 hour Tip Hotline at 1-855-TIPS-247. You can also text your tips, text TIP SAPD followed by your message, to 888777.
A twenty-four (24) year-old San Angelo woman was arrested this weekend after she stabbed her thirty-one (31) year-old boyfriend at a residence in an east San Angelo Neighborhood.
Police were sent to a residence in the 700 block of McCann Street just after 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 11, 2015, for the report of a stabbing. Upon arrival, initial Officer K. Green entered the residence and located a man suffering from an apparent stab wound to the abdomen. Officer Green provided first aid until San Angelo Fire Department Medics arrived. The victim was transported to Shannon Medical Center where he later underwent surgery. The extent of his injuries and current medical condition is unknown.
Witnesses at the scene told police the suspect, later identified as Destiney Baker (DOB 08-27-90), had fled the residence after stabbing the man. Additional patrol officers and two K-9 Teams arrived to the area and quickly established a perimeter. Just prior to the K-9 teams? track, officers were being told information about Baker's possible whereabouts when one of the witnesses began to yell and scream that Baker was on the side of the house. Several officers ran to the area and located Baker hiding underneath some bushes. Baker was taken into custody and transported to Police Headquarters for questioning before transport to the Tom Green County Jail.
Detectives with the Department's Criminal Investigations Division and CSI Technicians were called to the scene to assist with the investigation. CSI processed the scene for evidence and subsequently located the alleged knife used in the stabbing.
During the investigation, police learned the stabbing occurred as the result of a verbal altercation between Baker and the victim, who are said to be in a relationship.
Baker was charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon/Family Violence. This is an ongoing investigation. No further information will be released at this time. Detectives L. Dye is the lead investigator.
A San Angelo man was arrested last night after he led police on a brief foot pursuit.
Around 7:30 p.m. Friday evening, April 10, 2015, Sector 2 Patrol Officer J. Walston observed a U-Haul van driving in the 1500 block of South Bell Street when he recognized a male passenger as Anthony Davis (DOB 05-29-68), who was wanted by authorities for outstanding county arrest warrants.
Officer Walston followed the van to a parking lot located at 1524 S. Bell and observed the male passenger exit the vehicle. After an unsuccessful attempt to confirm the passenger's identity with the van's driver, Officer Walston soon located the male passenger inside a nearby Laundromat. When Officer Walston attempted to obtain the man's identity, the man said he would get his I.D. but instead pushed his way outside and led police on a brief foot pursuit throughout the neighborhood.
A perimeter was quickly established and Police K-9 Team Officer B. Gesch and his Police Service Dog Duke arrived to assist with tracking the suspect. During the track, Duke alerted to an area near Belmore Baptist Church where Officer Gesch spotted the man hiding underneath a tree. Police took the man into custody without incident and confirmed his identity as Davis.
Davis was transported to the Tom Green County Jail and charged with one Tom Green County Warrant for Class A Misdemeanor Criminal Mischief, one Llano County Warrant for Evading Arrest Detention, two outstanding City Warrants, and Evading Arrest Detention during this incident.
The female driver, identified as Davis's wife, was issued two traffic citations for transporting two children without proper Child Passenger Safety Seats.
At approximately 11:29 am this morning, Police were dispatched to the 3300 block of Ridgemar Dr in reference to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, Officers met with the 31 year old Hispanic female victim down the street. She stated that her husband, Fabien Ortiz DOB 3-17-83, had assaulted her.
Officers could see Ortiz getting in a car down the street to leave. Officers drove down the street to prevent Ortiz from leaving so an investigation could be conducted. When Officers arrived at his location, Ortiz rolled down the window of the vehicle and yelled that he had a gun. He then rolled the window back up. Officers took cover and began to try to talk with Ortiz. After several minutes of trying to talk Ortiz out of the car and Ortiz having a phone conversation with the victim, he voluntarily exited the vehicle and was taken into custody without incident. There was no gun located on Ortiz or in the vehicle.
Detectives Lajoie and Castro responded to the scene to conduct an investigation. Through the investigation it was learned the victim and Ortiz had a verbal argument about relationship issues. During the argument, Ortiz assaulted the victim by grabbing her by the throat and impeding her ability to breathe. The victim was able to get away from Ortiz, but Ortiz was able to catch up with the victim and assaulted her again causing minor injury. The victim was able to get out of the house and get to safety. The victim did not require any medical attention.
Ortiz was transported to the Tom Green County Jail where he was charged with Assault Family Violence Impeding Breath or Circulation.