Fight in Notorious Bar Leads to Gun Shots at Local Gas Pumps
SAN ANGELO, TX — A man was arrested Saturday after chasing down two people who caused a bar fight.
According to court documents, on August 17, the San Angelo Police Department was dispatched to the Shell Station for the report of an assault victim.
When police arrived, they found a man holding two people on the ground at gun point. Police immediately calmed the situation and identified all of the people. The two that were being held at gun point were Maria Gallicchio, 54, and her son 33-year-old Martin Galvan. The one who was pointing the gun was 21-year-old Jordan Bergeron.
After the field investigation, police determined that the incident began at the Giz & Hums Billiards bar when Gallicchio allegedly instigated a fight between an unknown female and Galvan. During an angry verbal exchange, Galvan allegedly struck the female with a beer bottle.
The two then took off from the bar in their vehicle and Bergeron decided to chase after them. They drove westbound down Sherwood Way and noticed that they were being followed near the Johnson St. intersection.
The two tried to turn on Johnson but Bergeron pit-maneuvered their vehicle and spun them out in front of the gas pumps at the Shell Station.
Bergeron then got out and fired a shot at the vehicle. He demanded the two get on the ground and he waited until police arrived.
Although Bergeron said he did not try to strike Galvan with the gunshot, he was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was booked into the jail but released the same day on a $25,000 bond.
Galvan was arrested and booked for a parole violation. He is still currently in the Tom Green County Jail.
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