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Tom Green County Sheriff's Deputies arrested and jailed a man for evading arrest in a motor vehicle Tuesday, who was also booked on his fifth DWI charge since 1997. The 37-year-old man was also charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, charges that reapper frequently throughout his lengthy criminal history. Tuesday marked his 22nd stay in the jail.
As the city’s population continues to grow on the back of the booming energy sector, some San Angelo professional fields are seeing workforce demands increase to meet the needs of a growing populace.
The Tom Green County Commissioner’s Court decided to eliminate San Angelo Community Hospital and Community Medical Associates from their list of mandated providers for indigent-care effective Sept. 1st, on the recommendation of County Treasurer Dianna Spieker.
The San Angelo Fire Department responded to a structure fire call at San Jacinto Elementary shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday. A 911 call said that there was a strong odor of electrical fire inside the school.
Three of 34 inmates jailed on Monday were booked on charges of assault, with an additional three jailed on DWI charges. Theft and public intoxication acounted for an additional two charges apiece, followed by one interfering with emergency call, one unlawful posession of a firearm, one marijuana, one possession and one aggravated robbery charge.
Thirty-one inmates were released on Monday.
San Angelo Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating the driver of a pickup truck involved in a hit and run crash late Monday afternoon.
The San Angelo Fire Department responded to a structure fire at the 200 block of W. 24th Street. It appears that a building or shed in the back is on fire, as you can see visible smoke pouring out from behind the house. The call rang out at approximately 2.45 p.m. Monday afternoon.
Engine 6, Ladder 1, Fire Rescue, and Medic 10 responded to the scene.
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Twenty-four inmates were booked into the Tom Green County Jail on Sunday, three of which were charged with assault and another three who were charged with public intoxication. Marijuana and driving while intoxicated accounted for two bookings apiece, followed by one driving under the influence charge and one harrassment.
Twenty-one inmates were released on Sunday.
For the past four years, Timothy Condon has carried the reputation of the chef behind the city’s best burgers. Serving full-time out food truck stationed at Harris and Koenigheim St., business has been booming at Lonestar Cheeseburger, but the executive chef has set his sights on a space less mobile.