SAPD Arrest Report for August 18th and 19th
San Angelo police make multiple arrests in the past 2 days.
Just before 2AM, Officers responded to the Inn of the Conchos located at 2021 N. Bryant for the report of a Domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, Officers determined that an assault occurred between the suspect, Jose L. Valdez 09/09/87, and his girlfriend. Valdez was arrested for Assault Class C Family Violence and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 2AM, Officers made consensual contact with a subject at Orient and E. Avenue L. During the encounter, Officers located a drug pipe that was linked to the man, identified as Michael A. Reiser 09/29/70. Reiser was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 2:15AM, Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1200 block of Beryl Street for the report of a stolen vehicle. Officers responded and learned about a possible suspect name and location. Officers located the suspect, Brittany Craig 09/17/90, along with the vehicle, in the 1300 block of Parker. CID was consulted. Subsequent to the investigation, Craig was NOT charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle; however, Craig was arrested for an outstanding warrant and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 4AM, Officers were dispatched to Mathis Field for the report of an unknown problem. Upon arrival, they met with airport security and learned that a subject, later identified as Lester Rollison 10/05/55, had gone behind the counter at the ticket area and attempted to enter into the terminal of the exit doorway. Security advised that Lester needed to leave the premises if he was not expecting to board a plane. Lester was confirmed by dispatch to have city warrants. He was arrested and transported to Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 5AM, Officers responded to the Stripe’s store located at 2718 Sherwood Way for a wanted person. The wanted person, Ricky Pharr 01/19/80, was taken into custody and transported to Tom Green County Jail.
Around 2:30PM, an Officer working the Traffic Safety Program conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for expired registration in the 1800 block of South Chadbourne. The driver was identified as Jamie L. Doty, who had outstanding warrants. Doty was arrested for the warrants, cited for DWLI, Expired Registration, and Displaying False or Fictitious Registration, and transported to Tom Green County Jail.
Just before 3:30PM, an Officer conducted a traffic stop on a in the 3300 block of Sherwood Way. The driver told the Officer he did not have a valid Driver’s License. It was also discovered that the vehicle insurance was unconfirmed and the driver had outstanding warrants. The driver was identified as Michael P. Rodriguez. Rodriguez was arrested for the warrants and was issued citations for No DL, No Insurance, and Disregarding a Stop Sign. He was transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 5PM, Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of Medina Street for the report of a stolen vehicle and a name of a possible suspect involved. The alleged stolen vehicle was located in the 1000 block of Volney, along with named suspect and another subject. The two were detained in handcuffs and identified as Tara Mirelez 01/08/89 and Modesto Cortez 09/20/91. During the detention, Mirelez ran from the Officers but was immediately taken into custody. She was arrested for Evading Arrest/Detention. Cortez was arrested for an outstanding warrant. CID was consulted. The owner of the vehicle did not pursue charges for UUMV. Mirelez and Cortez were transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 6:15PM, Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 300 block of N. Poe St. for the report of an unwanted subject. Officers located and identified the subject as Kimberly Farmer 05/05/96, who had an outstanding warrant. Farmer was arrested for the warrant and transported to the Tom Green County Jail.
Just after 10PM, an Officer initiated a traffic stop on a maroon Ford Ranger in the 1100 block of Millspaugh. It was discovered that the vehicle’s registration sticker had been altered and the driver was driving while his license was invalid. Cruz Falcon was arrested for DWLI with Prior Convictions and Display Fictitious Motor Vehicle Registration.