San Angelo Man Indicted for Shooting a Woman


SAN ANGLEO, TX- Jonathan Lorenzo Candela has been indicted by a Tom Green County grand jury in April for Aggravated Assault with a Weapon.

According to documents, in Dec. of 2020 Candela an unidentified woman were arguing in his vehicle in a downtown San Angelo parking lot when he slammed a pistol into the center console of the vehicle in a reckless manner and the weapon discharged striking the victim in the hip.

The indictment reads that Candela did knowingly and recklessly cause serious bodily harm to the victim by shooting her in the leg.

Candela was booked on December 20, 2020 and posted a $30,000 bond on December 28th. Candela is not currently an inmate at the TGCDF.


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Oh what a pretty pretty little boy.... just look at that long flowing hair and those pretty lips !!!!! He's going to make Bubba be one happy cell mate to have this little doll as his wife as he snuggles up behind him at night and runs his fingers through that hair........... ROFLMAO !!!!

Won't lie to ya ME SOMEONE, I love the visions in my head of prison inmates becoming wives to all those "Big Bubba's" who are lonely in their cells...... Sort of makes it enjoyable to think that these new incoming inmates might finally regret committing their crimes as they helplessly lose their virginity in the joint........ LMAO

I wouldn't doubt that you have visions and fantasies about this sort of thing all the time.

On a side note, I don't think that prison rape and violence is as common as you hope (although it does happen.)

Most inmates just want to do their time and get out, if they assault another inmate is will probably lead to more time added, something they do not want. So sadly, I think your "visions" are just that, fantasies. Sorry to burst your bubble like that.

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