San Angelo Man Indicted for Taking Meth into Jail


SAN ANGELO, TX- A San Angelo man has been indicted by a Tom Green County grand jury for being in possession of an illegal substance while in the jail.

Around midnight on April 9, 2921, an ASU Police Patrol Sergeant observed a red 2019 Dodge ram make an improper left turn at West Avenue N and South Johnson Street. This caused the officer to conduct a traffic stop.

The driver of the 2019 red Dodge Ram, Michael Noah Fulton, was found to have four outstanding Capias Pro Fine warrants from the San Angelo Police Department. Fulton was taken into custody, had his person searched, and was taken to the Tom Green County Jail.

During the booking process, the Jailer at the detention facility conducted another search of Fulton’s person. It was at this time that 3 small red bags and three small clear bags with a white powdery residue were found in Fulton’s possession.

Fulton admitted that one of the bags had contained a usable amount of methamphetamine which was late weighted to be less than an ounce.

Michael Noah Fulton was booked on April 10, 2021 and posted $10,000.00 bond the same day. Possession a prohibited item or substance inside a correctional facility is a 3rd degree felony and Fulton faces a 2-10 year prison sentence and or a potential fine of up to $10,000.00.

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