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Patricia Ray was the featured speaker for this month’s Business Brown Bag Lunch at the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.
Twenty-two individuals walked into the jail in handcuffs Monday, many of which were booked on multiple different charges.
Eighteen individuals were jailed on Sunday, many of which had multiple charges and/or warrants. There were four counts of assault on Sunday's booking report, as well as one aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and four DWI's.
In addition, three public intoxication charges were reported, followed by two thefts, one DUI, one car theft and one marijuana charge.
Michael Sis has been the bishop of a diocese spanning 29 west Texas counties since January. Originally from Bryan, the bishop served several years in campus ministry at Texas A&M and as the priest of several parishes in Austin before taking his post in San Angelo at the beginning of the year.
Comedy headliner Alex Reymundo is coming back to San Angelo next week for a 9 p.m. show on Friday at The Beauregard, and he said he is excited about the upcoming event.
San Angelo is one stop on the comedian's "Red Nexican" Tour, joined by local comics Alex Rios and Matt Lucero, who will also be performing.
Only 14 individuals were booked into the county jail on Thursday, among them four booked on assault charges, three for theft, one for DWI, one for PI and one for possession.
Thirty-two inmates were released on Thursday.
A San Angelo police officer shot a dog that attempted to attack him and an Animal Control officer during a call at a northeast San Angelo neighborhood this morning.
The Ebola epidemic has claimed more than 4,400 lives, and its destructive impact continues to expand. Since some cases have been confirmed in the United States, the disease is causing increased worry locally.
LUBBOCK— A licensed psychiatrist, who submitted claims for services rendered to nursing home residents in San Angelo, and other communities in the counties surrounding Tom Green County, Texas, is in federal custody on charges that he defrauded Medicare and Medicaid of nearly $1.75 million, announced U.S. Attorney Sarah R. Saldaña of the Northern District of Texas.
Seven counts of theft appeared on the bookings report Wednesday, the leading charge amongst the 18 put behind bars. In addition, two counts of assault, two DWI and one pot charge were reflected on the report.
The majority of those booked had two or more charges, mostly warrants and committments. Thirty-five inmates were released on Wednesday.